The menu is large, with items listed first in English, then in Greek.
While the food isn't innovative or gourmet, it is fresh and filling.
But the downtown restaurant, with its mosaic tiled tables and larger-than-life flamenco dancer painted on the wall, remains the original charmer.
EAT FIRST 609 H Street NW Washington, DC 20001 202-289-1703 Eat First is another Chinatown restaurant to survive the construction of the Verizon Center and ensuing gentrification.
Welcome to Jaleo, the Spanish dining room that taught DC to love tapasspecifically patatas bravas, spicy chorizos, and roasted red peppers stuffed with goat cheese.
Come be part of local history with a delicious order of chili cheese fries.actually maybe even more than when we first began having sex. Sample from more than one section, or stick to what you knowbut rest assured that you will leave Maestro delighted and sated.