East Street Restaurant Washington DC

East Street Restaurant in Washington DC Great pan-Asian restaurant with a very wide variety of dishes offered at reasonable prices. One of the best options in Union Station. The staff were pleasant and fast.

  • Name : East Street Restaurant
  • Worktime : , 11:00am-3:00pm
  • Type :  Asian food restaurant
  • Assessment : 4.2
  • Prices : $$
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East Street Restaurant Washington DC Address :

50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002،

East Street Restaurant Washington DC Phone number :



Best seller :

adobo fried rice
summer rolls
Singapore Noodles
Chicken, shrimp, vegetables, curry

East Street Restaurant Menu :


East Street Restaurant Menu

East Street Restaurant Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1 :

I had the Curry Laksa Noodle Soup from Singapore and I highly recommend! It was so delicious that I had to take the rest of it back to the hotel for later!
The food here isn’t too bad at all. Good location as there is lots of foot traffic and easy to find and walk-in. Gets quite busy during lunch hour. Yours truly 
I find the fried rice particularly tasty. You can also tell them how much spice to add in the dishes and they are very accommodating. The basil based dishes are also very good. This restaurant will satisfy your Chinese/Thai cravings
comment 2 :
Good food. Not busy when we went for a Friday lunch. Variety of different Asian cuisine, but all made well. The Laksa Curry and Singapore noodle were delicious! Nice warm outdoorsy ambiance during the cold of winter. Would eat here again!
Its not authentic. The food had taste but just not good. I ordered mi goreng and it had too much liquid for a stir fried noodle dish. The staff was terrible as well. I wouldnt recommend this place.
comment 3 :
This is one of the better restaurants in Union Station. Their service is efficient and consistent which is helpful if you want to catch a train.
 I ordered the fresh summer roll (lumpia sariwa) and adobo fried rice. Both dishes were authentic in taste. I couldn’t stop eating the adobo fried rice and quickly devoured the fresh summer rolls. I was informed that the chef for the day is a Filipino. I’m glad I gave this sit-down restaurant in Union Station a try. Will definitely come back next time I am taking Amtrak.

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