I wasn't overly impressed with this restaurant. Granted, there are surprisingly very few Glatt kosher places to eat in Washington, but for the price we expected something better. The atmosphere is below average as it is basically a few tables and chairs in the corner of the Jewish Community Center's basement lobby. If you didn't look carefully enough you might mistake it for a sitting or reading area. (Keep in mind that you need to go through a brief security checkpoint before entering.)
The service was OK and our waiter was friendly and helpful. However, the restaurant's computer system was apparently down on the evening we visited and we were given a handwritten bill, with the only choice of paying in cash or leaving a credit card number to charge via email, which we did not want to do.
As for the food, it was pretty good. We both ordered the farfalle grilled chicken which was tasty, but the portion was small for a dinner meal. They were out of almost all of the desserts so we settled on nothing, which was disappointing because there was no side dish served with the entree - you just get the main dish and no other food with it like a salad or fries, unless you want to pay extra. We did however order an appetizer of tortilla chips with guacamole before the meal which was delicious.
The price was pretty expensive considering the amount of food and the atmosphere. I'd probably come back here if there was nowhere else to eat, but unfortunately I wouldn't make it a first choice.
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