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Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime
Etto is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

1. Etto

8.1
1541 14th St NW (at Q St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Italiano · Logan Circle - Shaw · 44 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Etto's dough is made with freshly milled wheat, a touch of spelt and fermented fresh yeast. Of the six toppings available, my favorite: cauliflower, pine nuts, anchovies and garlicky bread crumbs. Leia mais.

Ethiopic is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

2. Ethiopic

8.0
401 H St NE (at 4th St NE), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Etíope · Near Northeast · 51 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: ** stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011 ("The city's best source for kitfo -- Ethiopia's fiery, butter-splashed version of steak tartare," writes Tom.) http://wapo.st/pFL1z9

Et Voila! is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

3. Et Voila!

7.8
5120 MacArthur Blvd NW, Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Belga · Palisades · 28 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Every neighborhood deserves an Et Voila!, a source of Belgian steamed mussels and beer-based beef stew that is priced for regular workdays.

Little Serow is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

4. Little Serow

8.8
1511 17th St NW (at Church St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Tailandês · Dupont Circle · 58 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: This underground, 28-seat restaurant specializes in the hot, sour and herby notes of northeastern Thailand, doesn't take reservations and offers only a seven-course, family-style menu.

Mintwood Place is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

5. Mintwood Place

8.1
1813 Columbia Rd NW (at Biltmore St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Neo-Americano · Adams Morgan · 94 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Ask for the burrata appetizer. Made with 3 kinds of kale (one flash-fried for crunch), sweet apples, smoky nuts and tart tamarind-honey dressing, it's a vegetarian capable of satisfying any carnivore. Leia mais.

Rasika is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

6. Rasika

9.1
633 D St NW (at 7th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Indiano · Penn Quarter · 189 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Rasika's sev batata puri is the real deal. The crispy little rounds of bread are topped with potato, sour raw mango and crunchy threads of fried chickpea batter. Leia mais.

The Source by Wolfgang Puck is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

7. The Source by Wolfgang Puck

8.2
575 Pennsylvania Ave NW (at 6th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Asiático · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 88 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: During dim-sum service, grab the duck bao buns. Slivers of moist duck are tucked into doughy Chinese steamed buns and paired with crunchy cucumbers. The duck takes 3 days to make and it shows. Leia mais.

Vidalia is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

8. Vidalia

1990 M St NW (at 20th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Afro-Americano · Connecticut Avenue - K Street · 38 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: 3 stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011. "The city's most sophisticated Southern lair," writes Tom. http://wapo.st/pqnogz

Woodberry Kitchen is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

9. Woodberry Kitchen

9.2
2010 Clipper Park Rd (btwn Clipper & Parkdale), Baltimore, MD
Restaurante Neo-Americano · Woodberry · 209 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The best restaurant in Baltimore gets to that lofty place by not just meeting, but exceeding, expectations from year to year.

Zentan is one of Tom Sietsema: Where I'd eat on my own dime.

10. Zentan

1155 14th St NW (at Massachusetts Ave.), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Asiático · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 70 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Nguyen’s Reuben sandwich swaps duck (“my favorite protein,” says the chef) and kimchi for corned beef and sauerkraut. Sweetly seasoned duck + the fiery slaw mixes pleasure with pain. Hotheads rejoice. Leia mais.