Given the COVID-19 pandemic, call ahead to verify hours, and remember to practice social distancing Surprisingly good specials and variety for uptown Chinese takeout.
It's a small Chinese restaurant, so you can expect some slow times which lead to food sitting out longer than if it was...” read more Natasha B. said “In town to go diving and thought this would be good, rice wasn't fully cooked, chicken was overcooked and dry, this was by far the worst Chinese food I've ever had.
Michelle C. said “The restaurant setting isn't appetizing, but it is the best Chinese food locally. Connie E. said “This is the only place I go to for Chinese food in Henderson.
They also offer family size meal specials. Everything is fresh and wonderfully seasoned I love their General Tao's chicken.
Columbia Heights is a popular residential neighborhood in northwest Washington DC. These are the best restaurants to visit, each representing a tasty piece of the neighborhood’s culture and melting pot of citizens.
On the weekends, the restaurant provides live country music from local bands. A cozy spot with a dog friendly patio and late night coffee, The Coupe provides a relaxing environment for regulars and visitors.
The French-American café sources their food from local and organic farms, and the alcohol from the District breweries and distilleries. The selection is vegetarian-friendly, offering a mushroom Reuben or an open-faced vegan fennel sausage sandwich.
A Dominican restaurant that is family run, this is an excellent spot to get a try something new and still get a taste of home cooking. Los Germans is a friendly establishment that dishes out generous portions of their food that guests can mix together for the perfect meal.
Guests get a choice of rice, a side and one of the many types of meat available; stewed beef or chicken, pork chops or goat, and more. A modern restaurant, This Khan brings Laotian cuisine and tradition to Washington, DC.
A This Khan is a traditional communal basket that contains sticky rice and is shared among the family at meal time. With wood-fired oven pizzas and a wide selection of panini and calzones, this Neapolitan Bistro is a chic spot to spend lunch with friends or set up a work meeting.
Red Rocks also offers a range of beers and cocktails to drink with the pizza, creating a relaxing atmosphere to kick back and enjoy the meal. A simple, no-frills environment, El Poll Sabras is an easy-to-miss restaurant with amicable staff who are happy to help customers with questions.
The restaurant specializes in Peruvian cuisine with moist rotisserie chicken, gyros and sandwiches, and the must-have yucca fries. A colorful space filled with tropical plants, this Cuban restaurant exudes the scents and sounds of Cuba.
This is a great place to meet up with a large group of friends and share an affordable dinner out. Mi Cuba Café also provides fresh squeezed orange juice, which can be refreshing on a hot summer day.
Maple is an Italian restaurant with outdoor seating, large portions and a cool relaxing atmosphere. The menu offers a list of panini, such as short rib, three cheese or white beans, as well as homemade pastas, like the lamb ragù tagliatelle.
This restaurant’s intimate air makes it an ideal location for dates, where guests can watch the sunset while enjoying a sweet after dinner afloat. It is easy to feel at home at El Incognito, and that is what keeps guests returning time and again to eat more of the hearty food.
Reviewed June 22, 2021 via mobile This was a delivery during COVID-19. I ordered it with marinated egg, chili sauce on...the side, and actually ordered some miss broth on the side because I wanted something warm and soothing.
Also ordered pan fried yoga vegetable dumplings and I ordered pork bats, which is like barbecued pork with a sweet and sour crust, covered in fresh vegetables, like scallions and red cabbage. The dumplings were the perfect combo of sweet and savory with the sauce.
Reviewed May 9, 2021 I order about $60 worth of food from this place every week for two months now. The order was made right every week, until recently, last week, they got my order all wrong, missed out a lot of items on it, and I called in...and they delivered the extras due to their mistake.
This week, they missed out the eggs and extra chili and I called in to complain, and guess how “great” their customer service was? They told me I've called in before to complain about missing out items (which was this restaurant's fault), and that the guy who was attending to my call, told me that he will inform the owned that they will NOT be doing business with me anymore.
Reviewed March 9, 2021 I was in NYC and looking for some place to get some light food after a long day. A local recommended this place, and I was able to snag a small table for two.
Appetizers were great and the food was fresh and very filling.... I'll definitely go back when I'm in the neighborhood. More Reviewed November 3, 2019, I immediately fell in love with this shop.
The service is great, the staff are pleasant, the prices are reasonable, and the food is amazing. Reviewed September 3, 2019, via mobile There food is amazing we have tried almost every meal there.
The overflowing Sake, Nigeria, is just soon good and goes well with the soup! Reviewed January 7, 2019, We had a family dinner, and I had the Spiciest dish, and I loved it.
Reviewed November 4, 2018, via mobile I was traveling up town and looking for some Japanese food when I discovered this little Japanese Ramen restaurant. I didn’t have any issue finding a seat since it was around noon on a week day.
Reviewed March 3, 2018, via mobile A very small restaurant with a few tables and more seats at the bar. Courteous service and good food preparation by non-Asian chefs.