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Posted at 02:15 PM ET, 04/15/2011

Food in focus: Sabai Sabai and 3 Bar and Grill


Diners enjoy a serene atmosphere at Sabai Sabai Simply Thai. (Stacy Zarin Goldberg - For The Washington Post)
This week, Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema went to Germantown to check out Sabai Sabai Simply Thai, a new street-food focused concept from the former owners of Rockville’s Benjarong. Here are a few of our favorite images from Stacy Zarin Goldberg’s shoot for the column:


Braised pork leg with a spicy vinegar sauce. (Stacy Zarin Goldberg - For The Washington Post)


Spicy catfish (Stacy Zarin Goldberg - For The Washington Post)


Sweet corn cakes with a cucumber dipping sauce. (Stacy Zarin Goldberg - For The Washington Post)

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This week I wrote about 3 Bar and Grill in Clarendon. Chef Brian Robinson has a real way with pork, and James M. Thresher’s photos captures his Southern cooking.


Chef Brian Robinson with a slab of house-cured bacon. (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


The bacon on a stick (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


The handsome bar area (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


Fried green tomatoes (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


The Cuban sandwich (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


The dining room (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)


The bacon-studded waffle with maple-bacon ice cream (James M. Thresher - The Washington Post)

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