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A top-notch kitchen makes this Vietnamese restaurant Nam-Viet Pho 79 a favorite among its largely local clientele. The decor is artistic and colorful - simple green tables and pictures of Vietnam adorn the spacious dining room. Nam-Viet is generally busy. The menu includes traditional Vietnamese Noodle Soup and fish entrees. The Grilled Pork is also popular and the curries are legendary.
Simply Banh Mi is anything but simple. A cute little gem located in upper Georgetown, this is the perfect place to fulfill your Vietnamese food cravings without breaking the bank. On top of an impressive selection of banh mi, with the barbecue pork belly being the most popular, there are also a plethora of vermicelli and rice options, as well as pho and vegetarian dishes that are jam packed with flavor. Delicious food aside, the service is impeccable - the staff is always ready with a smile, and the quaint interior brings to mind a comfy home.
Saigonnais is a quiet restaurant offering dozens of Vietnamese dishes, each bursting with flavor. An intimate space and tasteful decor gives diners the feel of being in a fancy restaurant, yet prices are reasonable. Unobtrusive wait staff, white tablecloths, quiet music and tasteful art make you feel far away from the bustle of 18th Street. Spicy or mild sauces jazz up noodles tossed with chicken, fish, vegetables or meat. Some of the most flavorful Vietnamese in the city. Good wines complement the excellent entrees.
This modest Vietnamese restaurant in Georgetown mixes fine cuisine with a trendy art-deco atmosphere. Tables are surrounded by a "tropical garden" of potted palms and coconut trees adorned with twinkling lights. Clay pots are popular menu items; they can be ordered full of steaming salmon or lemongrass chicken. Everything is fresh and gracefully presented. Try the Caramel Fish, the succulent seafood or the grilled meat offerings. The drip pot coffee is not to be missed. Brewed by the table, it is served iced with sweetened condensed milk.
This Vietnamese restaurant serves authentic dishes in a charming and intimate setting. The real draw here is the lunch special. You get three dishes and a salad, making this quite possibly the most inexpensive lunch to be found in Georgetown. Dinner prices are more than reasonable. The service is not always speedy, but this can be turned into a positive by using the extra time to relax and enjoy the great drink specials.
Th aroma of fragrant Southeast Asian spices draws you in through the doors of Doi Moi and the authentic Vietnamese and Thai dishes will keep you coming back after the first visit. The restaurant has minimalist decor with most of the focus being on the food. You can sip on some Thai iced tea while you watch your dishes being prepared in the open kitchen. Order their scrumptious family-sized mains or simply try out a bunch of entrees and appetizers which come highly recommended. There is also an entire section of the menu which is dedicated to gluten free, vegetarian and vegan dishes.
Asia Nine is one of Washington D.C.'s many concept restaurants and bars; it succeeds where many others have failed, with its unique blending of different Asian cuisines. Alongside a delectable selection of sushi, Asia Nine Bar serves innovative dishes that are difficult to resist; the Asia-Nine lamb chop is served with signature spices and a mango soy coulis. The Sukothai noodle soup is served with a topping of crushed wontons, peanuts and scallions. Alongside the modern Asian fare is an extensive sake menu and a selection of tasty cocktails. Reservations are recommended.