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  1. I've had the omakase, albeit for lunch (no reservation needed for lunch omakase). Well worth the $50 (though, in contrast to the Capital Hill location, there are no appetizers or cooked dishes included). I was served in the style of one piece at a time, though I have seen folks sitting at one of the few non-counter (window) seats be served one plate containing all of the pieces.
  2. Ahh, we definitely quasi-dined together then. I was the other person at the counter, the regular who was finishing as you were getting started. Glad you enjoyed (and yes, that chirashi is really, really good).
  3. SEI is closing... Saw the restaurant yesterday with D.C. "suspension" signs in the windows (referring to DC Code 47-2026 and DC Regulations 9-415.7, which appear to be related to Certificates of Registration (http://dcrules.elaws.us/dcmr/9-415)). Today, the website has been updated with the following message: " After more than a decade SEI is closing. This will be our second farewell to an industry that we love and has been good to us for 12+ years. We are humbled to have been a small part of the beginning of DC's booming restaurant industry. SEI was the venue for numerous celebrations, met wonderful families, made forever relationships, honored to serve such dignitaries and so many wonderful talented employees, managers and chefs. There are simply too many people to say thank you to and so many incredible experiences to recount. We are eternally grateful to those that have graced our tables and made SEI a DC staple. So to our customers, friends and supporters, you have enhanced our lives for over a decade and we want to say THANK YOU for the journey." [https://www.seirestaurant.com/] Another sad closing. A bit overpriced, but fairly high-quality and innovative food.
  4. At least the Del Taco's in Missouri in the late 1990s/early 2000s were complete garbage. Made Taco Bell look like elBulli.
  5. I am a big fan of quick service restaurants when done right. Quickway might be the worst QSR this side of Del Taco. Borderline inedible.
  6. Chinatown/PQ location indeed opened today. I went (having never been to the other location), and it was delicious. Long line, but it moved quick and the food was prepared even faster.
  7. Had lunch here yesterday, it was ... ok. The Mediterranean Spreads sampler was tasty, with the carrot hummus (tasted different and more flavorful than its name suggests) being the top star, with the tzatiki (with some roe on top) and an eggplant spread also being quite good. The Crispy Moroccan Chicken salad was adequate; a generous sized chicken breast and a large salad plate (though now that I recall it, I think they forgot the lamb bacon that the website advertises (if it was included, it was easily forgettable).
  8. Has anyone been lately? Going to be dining at the Wharf in a few weeks, and Kaliwa seems appealing, but the reviews above are less than favorable. Have things improved?
  9. Eateries that operate within the designated square count as food court. Anything outside of said designated square counts as an autonomous unit for mid-casino snacking.
  10. I will echo what was said above--- Mon Ami's French Onion soup is truly excellent, and I've had it at many of the better restaurants in the city.
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