Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Capitol Heights. Capitol Heights is a town in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The population was 4,337 at the 2010 census. Development around the Capitol Heights Metro station has medical facilities and eateries to support the community. The Washington Redskins football stadium is just to the east of Capitol Heights, near the Capital Beltway (I-95/495) and Kingdom Square (formerly Hampton Mall) shopping center which features a hotel and eateries.
4 based on 227 reviews
DC's original neighborhood ramen house, cocktail bar and Izakaya since 2011. Specializing in Tonkotsu broth, Japanese beer, whisky and sake. Michelin Bib gourmand since 2018.
We went on a Thursday night with reservation and it was pretty packed. We sat at the kitchen "counter". We ordered the fried chicken buns to try. It was a fairly cool concept - deconstructed, so you can really decide how much of each ingredient you want in your bun. The buns came out of a package that was heated up, one of ours came cracked and dry. The fillings all paired together nicely and tasted great. Wish the chicken pieces were larger, half the pieces on our plate were just small fried pieces of nothing. We ordered the original toki ramen, and boy was it salty! It was almost like the flavor was being made up for with salt. My noodles were hard and lumpy, and not in the al dente way one likes. It was more that someone didn't detangle the noodles while cooking (I also had a small noodle clump). Not sure it was worth it, we were sweating profusely and the space is just tiny.
4 based on 469 reviews
Located in Washington D.C., The Source by Wolfgang Puck is the museumâs signature dining experience and features innovative Asian cuisine, paired with unmatched hospitality and service. The sleek and contemporary restaurant is spread out over three distin
My husband and I returned to our favorite DC restaurant for my birthday. We had the most delicious meal. First, we were greeted warmly and started off the evening with delicious, light scallion buns. Our waiter, Juan, was very helpful pointing out some treats from the new menu. Appetizers of Suckling Pig and Impossible Dumplings tasted great and were beautifully presented. For main courses, my spouse enjoyed his Chirashi Bowl, and I was very impressed with my Halibut that is poached in fragrant chili oil and comes with crab fried rice and spring vegetables. This is a wonderful restaurant with great people who work as a tight team. Juan, our waiter, provided friendly service and timed the meal perfectly. Between courses, Evan Moore, the Source's very personable General Manager, stopped by to personally say hello and to make sure all was well. Chef Russell Smith also visited our table to say hello and make sure we enjoyed our meal. They both made us feel right at home. We ended our evening with a super souffle, light bites and cappuccino. All in all, great dining in a wonderful light-filled environment that provides views of the local area. The food and the service are excellent and highly recommended. Always reliable, always enjoyable.
4 based on 548 reviews
Japanese Ramen shop on the first floor. Izakaya tavern on the second. We serve a Sapporo style ramen.
Another installment of Ramen Around Town: After a trip to the museums, my friend & I decided to try Daikaya for a late lunch. Since it was afternoon, there was not a lot of a crowd. Service was excellent; the ramen was served up quickly. My friend tends toward vegetarian and she loved it. I had the miso broth with more of the standard ramen ingredients. They did not disappoint!
4 based on 739 reviews
My review is really for a 3.5 score. The menu reads like a dream; it made me think âwow i can get all of these great foods in one place?!â But thatâs also a risk because there is such a thing as core competencies; focusing on one thing and doing that one thing great. Here the separate peruvian, chinese, and japanese foods were executed just okay. The deconstructed lomo saltado was too modern and too salty; it tastes better at the local peruvian spot down the street made the way it was always done.The soup dumplings barely had any soup and cost an arm and a leg compared to much cheaper chinese restaurants. Give me dim sum over these overpriced, dried out dumplings. The idea of the soy sauce in a dropper was cute, but missing the vinegar component that elevates the dumplingâs taste. $12 for 6 pcs.The Dancing Yucca fries w/bonito flakes and the Shishito Peppers appetizers were tasty and the large portions justified the $9 pricetag for each.The Concolon at $22 was so yummy, but it really was just an overpriced pot of fried rice.Food is just okay, and you are definitely paying for the ambience.
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