FIRST BITE | Is Chef Enrique Limardo’s Latin American newcomer a keeper? Let us count the ways.

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Amid fresh competition, the Japanese retreat continues to blaze trails

FIRST BITE | This mom and pop is making noodles by hand and pouring drinks with Asian inflections.


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

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Mixologist Jo-Jo Valenzuela taps into his roots at the Game Sports Pub.

FIRST BITE | Nicholas Stefanelli offers the option of great dishes from D.C.’s past.

Rasika’s Ashok Bajaj refocuses the Penn Quarter restaurant on the Mediterranean.

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Chef David Perez makes wonderful tacos and quesadillas, but the pleasures don’t stop there.

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Adam Greenberg serves tropical flavors at his Hawaiian-inspired restaurant.

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Chef Marlon Rambaran creates plates to match the beautifully renovated Dupont Circle Hotel

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Danny Lee and Scott Drewno offer new dishes, more room and lunch.

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At Roberto Massillon’s Silver Spring restaurant, dinner may come with music or even a language class.

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The Peruvian food is solid, but be prepared to shout your order.

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Young Oh makes fine sushi — and even better dumplings and tempura.

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You can get a good meal at the MGM National Harbor restaurant, if you know how to order.

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At his Indian restaurant on 14th Street NW, Sanjay Mandhaiya doesn’t shy away from spice

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The bivalves aren’t the only draw at this Wharf watering hole.

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Johnny Spero’s Georgetown restaurant features a spare setting and intriguing food.

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The Alexandria restaurant hired a well-regarded Mexican chef, but too many dishes are a bust.

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In a stylish setting, Massimo Fabbri serves spot-on pastas and more

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