Little Serow Restaurant in Washington DC

Little Serow Restaurant Washington DC

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Little Serow Restaurant  Washington DC It’s a unique restaurant. You have to wait in line to get seated, and come early cause the line gets long. The menu changes every week. There are not many vegetarian options. I personally thought the food was okay but the ambiance was cool. And the menu changes so often we might have come during a bad week.

  • Name : Little Serow Restaurant
  • Worktime : , 5:30-8:00 p.m.
  • Type : Thai food restaurant
  • Assessment : 4.7
  • Prices : $$$$
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Little Serow Restaurant Address :

1511 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036،

Little Serow Restaurant Washington DC

Best seller :

pork ribs

Paragon

Pad Thai with noodles

rice noodles

Little Serow Restaurant Menu :

 

Little Serow Restaurant Menu

Little Serow Restaurant Menu

Little Serow Restaurant Menu

Little Serow Restaurant Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

 

comment 1:

My wife and I celebrated our 5th anniversary by ordering Little Serow to go! It was simply superb; we enjoy all the dishes, the Christmas Ale, and the Riesling. We shared everything and did kind of our tasting menu. It was our first time it was highly recommended, and it didn’t disappoint.

comment 2:

Wow! The food packs a flavor punch. The night I was there the spiciness increased throughout until the penultimate dish. However, it was so perfect with spice and flavor and temperature that it didn’t kill the taste buds. So much so that the last menu dish had flavor and no spice. And the dessert surprise was immaculately rich even though just a single bite… An amuse bouche 🙂

comment 3:

A spectacular prix fixe Thai dinner that changes weekly. All the dishes were well balanced and delicious. Go early to beat the line and enjoy!
We really wanted to like this place and maybe it will be worth another visit with a different menu. The first dish in the coconut husk was outstanding and then it went pretty much down hill from there. The last dish was the whole fish and it was dry and needed more seasoning. When we told one of the servers the fish seemed really dry, she said – it’s supposed to be like that. That was an unfortunate end to the meal. Worth a try but probably not worth the 1.5 hour wait for a table.
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