The Mandarin Oriental Hotel's rarefied dining room has fast become a destination for those serious about food. In a glowing space with soaring ceilings, chef Eric Ziebold, formerly of Napa Valley's famed French Laundry, creates luxe prix-fixe lineups from the finest ingredients. Unexpected little treasures abound, such as buttery miniature Parker House rolls. Main courses could include venison with chestnut macaroons or crispy branzino with roasted olives, and desserts such as chocolate-marshmallow s'more soufflé seem spun out of air. To take full advantage of the dining experience opt for the six-course chef's tasting menu, letting the kitchen know about allergies or aversions.
At the upscale Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C., chef Eric Ziebold delivers award-winning Modern American cuisine. In the opulent dining room guests indulge in three- or six-course tasting menus that change monthly to showcase fresh, seasonal ingredients. Everything—from food to decor to ambience—is pure luxury.
- Address: Mandarin Oriental, 1330 Maryland Ave. SW, Downtown, Washington, DC, 20024 | Map It
- Phone: 202/787–6148
- Website: www.mandarinoriental.com/washington/dining/cityzen
- Subway: Smithsonian
- Location: Downtown
- Closed Sun. and Mon. No lunch.
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