We tried Grace's Mandarin for the National Harbor Restaurant week and enjoyed our meals very much. We started with Organic Arugula Salads which were a wonderful mixture with a Sesame Seed dressing. I had the crab cakes with asparagus and rice and my husband had the Filet Mignon served Tepan-style (think Asian Fajitas). Our meal ended with a Mango Mousse. Our service was very good and the food was delicious. The restaurant is beautiful. it was dark when we got there, but we could see that during the daytime, you would be able to see the river from most tables. All of the restaurants at National Harbor are very expensive. While the prices at this restaurant was perhaps slightly higher than PF Changs, we felt that the food and service was better ,and the prices were lower than most restaurants at National Harbor. We asked our waiter Brett what we should order the next time and he said the lamb chops are very good. A lady next to us ordered the chicken Pad Tai ($19) and it looked very good. I probably would not order the Mango Mousse again, but it came with our restaurant week menu.
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