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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

8.2
1541 14th St NW (at Q St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant italien · Logan Circle - Shaw · 44 conseils et avis

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. En savoir plus .

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

2. Ethiopic

8.1
401 H St NE (at 4th St NE), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant éthiopien · Near Northeast · 51 conseils et avis

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.
Restaurant belge · Palisades · 28 conseils et avis

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

8.9
1511 17th St NW (at Church St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant thaïlandais · Dupont Circle · 58 conseils et avis

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.
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Adams Morgan · 92 conseils et avis

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. En savoir plus .

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.
Restaurant indien · Penn Quarter · 188 conseils et avis

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. En savoir plus .

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.
Restaurant asiatique · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 88 conseils et avis

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. En savoir plus .

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.
Restaurant de soul-food · Connecticut Avenue - K Street · 38 conseils et avis

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

9.1
2010 Clipper Park Rd (btwn Clipper & Parkdale), Baltimore, MD
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Woodberry · 209 conseils et avis

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.
Restaurant asiatique · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 70 conseils et avis

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. En savoir plus .