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Ahead of a matinee play at the Atlas Theatwr across the street, the six of us reserved a table at Thamee, one of Tom Sietsma's 10 best restaurants in DC. We were there for Sunday brunch, so all or most of the menu items were...More
Much of the food is quite ordinary for such an exotic--Burmese--cuisine. The tomato and chicken curry was almost all noodles. The cauliflower and eggplant curry was a stew with a total of 2 florets.
The prices are reasonable, but the portions and ingredients are sparse....More
A brand new Burmese restaurant sounds intriguing - as the cuisine is relatively uncommon in DC with an abundance of other Asian/fusion eateries. So took the opportunity of visiting a friend in NE to go there for dinner. The place has a low key glass...More
The atmosphere is welcomingly casual, with gracious service and delicious Burmese food. Of course have the tea leaf salad, but also try the Gin Thoke (ginger salad), both of which have about 15 ingredients and are delicious. The coconut curry with mushrooms is also a...More
This is one of Tom Sietsema's (Washington Post food critic) favorite restaurants. And with good reason. The food is great, the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and it is a very good value. The owners (mother and daughter) come out to greet you which is...More