Longtime Raku chef and his sister opening their own sushi bar

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A brother-sister duo from Montgomery County are set to open Kenaki, a restaurant in Gaithersburg that will help more people discover sushi, or as Aki Ballogdajan puts it, “food that makes you dance.” “There’s something about sushi, that when you eat a perfect piece of fish, and it’s so buttery and just melts in your mouth, it just makes you happy,” said Aki Ballogdajan, who will run the front of the house while her chef brother, Ken, runs the kitchen at the restaurant. The pair just...

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