Doi Moi

Row 1

1800 14th St NW (at S St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 733-5131
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Part Thai, part Vietnamese, Doi Moi is pleasure. Mark Kuller (Proof, Estadio) and chef Haidar Karoum returned from Southeast Asia to create flavors that some foodists compare to Little Serow.
  • Love everything (lemongrass beef & peanut cocktails) but the service
  • Order the Spicy Fried Cashews as soon as you sit down. They'll give you something delicious to munch while you're perusing the menu.
  • Food is good, but portions are tiny.
  • Homemade noodles here
  • The Gaeng par hed, or wild mushroom curry, is a vegan dish with tender chunks of lemongrass and fresh green peppercorns.
  • Doi Moi serves dishes like khao soi gai (chicken and noodle curry) and other regional dishes from Thailand and Vietnam. The decor is primarily white, with accents brought back from Asia.
  • Meh. We will be ordering pizza soon.
  • Get whole fried fish. You won't be disappointed.
  • Halibut was good but extremely spicy. The lemongrass beef is a decent main portion size and solid, traditional and I would order again. Pork collar skewer was excellent
  • Expensive small plates. Bring lots of money.
  • The flavors (spice!) are there. Just wish it wasn't 12-15 bucks a pop for small plates
  • Delicious! Loved the very spicy duck salad & chicken curry. Noodles made in-house and you can tell! Very reasonable wine prices. Can't wait to go back.
  • Great cuisine, noise level is high, they need to add Ikea rugs to the Ikea like design
  • Love the space and food was excellent, but I agree portions were too small. Definitely will be back!
  • New Southeast Asian/Thai/Vietnamese restaurant from the group behind Proof and Estadio.
  • Me like a lot. Had some hot spicy issues but otherwise food rocked out.
  • This place is spicy. Err on the side of caution.
  • The Thai beef jerky is delish. The snapper is perfectly fried. Everything here was very good.
  • The Blood Orange mimosa at Doi Moi was absolutely beautiful, and tasted just as great. This is the mimosa that brunch dreams are made of.