Kimchi hakata is a ramen noodle dish served at Toki Underground, a good Valentine’s Day spot for those prioritizing a lower price and cool vibe. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and while a nice dinner is likely a major part of the evening for most people, there is no single answer for a best restaurant destination. That’s why Tom Sietsema offers three options for different kinds of diners in his Sunday dining column in The Washington Post Magazine this week. For the food fan there’s Cashion’s Eat Place, for the hipster there’s Toki Underground and for the tradtionalist there’s Plume at the Jefferson Hotel. Get a peek at each with these photos.
Diners at Toki Underground. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)
Outside Toki Underground, on H Street NE. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)
Erik Bruner-Yang, chef and owner of Toki Underground, works in the kitchen. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)
Cashion's Eat Place's fettucini with crab. (Sean McCormick/For The Washington Post)
The romantic setting of Plume at the Jefferson Hotel. (James M. Thresher/For The Washington Post)