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Washington, D.C. Restaurants


  • 400 8th St. NW Map It
  • Downtown
  • Asian

Updated 05/23/2014

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This informal teahouse stocks more than 50 imported teas (black, white, and green), but it also serves healthful and delicious Japanese, Indian, and Thai food as well as tea-friendly sweets like the locally famous chocolate salty oat cookies. You can mix small dishes—curry chicken salad, bright ginger-marinated cucumber—to create meals or snacks. There's also a grass-fed burger with Asian slaw or the winter-beating ochazuke, hot green tea poured over seasoned

rice. The smaller Connecticut Avenue branch, closed on weekends, tucked neatly on a corner adjacent to Lafayette Park and the White House, is a perfect spot to grab lunch after touring the nation's power center. Another outpost, in Dupont Circle, caters to locals looking for a quick bite while tourists choose other brunch spots. Breakfast is served daily.

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400 8th St. NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20004, United States

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Updated 05/23/2014


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