The cozy Petworth dining room is a playground for vivid Japanese flavors and stellar service.

The bomba rice is a bounty of textures and flavor at Mike Isabella’s newest eatery.

Chef Ghulam Rubani makes a strong statement for his native foods.

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

The full Balkan experience is yours for the tasting — but conversation is a challenge.

1 star | But breakfast is as eye-opening as Dorothy Draper’s design.

The “Best Restaurant in the World” harnesses a different culinary magic in its latest destination pop-up.

Tucked into an alley in Shaw, Hong Kong-style cooking worthy of your attention.

The study from George Washington University looked at 12 dishes and found that one-third of the samples were incorrectly labeled.

A refined Indian street food destination lives up to its name, which translates to “cool.”

The best seafood in the Washington region is docked at National Harbor.

FIRST BITE | The new Italian eatery from Smoke and Barrel’s chef aims to fill a pasta void on 18th Street.

Although retirement will be “very difficult,” the chef says she'll have time to enjoy her four children and five grandchildren.

"I have never been so stressed out in my entire life,” one drink-maker said in a video originally posted on Twitter.

The barbecue legend doesn’t man the pits, but his fingerprints are still everywhere.

The sushi counter is a stage, and there’s no bad seat in the house.

These recent additions to the area's dining scene are worth a visit.

The long-rumored drink, released in participating stores nationwide Wednesday, is only available until April 23.

This tribute to Little Havana brims with pedigree — and $8 daiquiris.

If you make food that’s baked, or comes in a bowl, well, the ad copy writes itself.

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