CityZen at Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC

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Details
1330 Maryland Ave SW (at 12th St SW)
Washington, DC 20024
(202) 787-6868
New American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 6:00 PM–9:30 PM Fri–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • **** stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011 ("The most luxurious potato salad in the city," writes Tom.) http://wapo.st/qhIhMZ
  • Look for dishes with an Asian accentsuch as tempura-fried turbot fin with yuzu vinaigretteor with a regional American feel, such as pastrami-cured sweetbreads.
  • "Zen" truly is the name of the game here. Attention to the tiniest of details and a soothing atmosphere will bring you to nirvana. Try the rabbit sheathed in a thin, crisp coat of potato.
  • This four-star restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental is carried through the steady guidance of chef Eric Ziebold. Make sure to book your holiday reservations NOW!
  • amazing lobster and girts!!!!!!!
  • If you want to see what separates the good from the great, book a table at this coolly elegant restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and get a master class in the good life.
  • Executive Chef Eric Ziebold worked at Thomas Keller's French Laundry & Per Se before landing CityZen. Oh, the places a CIA degree will take you! See what some of our other alumni are up to:
  • chef's tasting menu: chips with crme frache and caviar - amazing!
  • One of my top venues in DC
  • Closing soon but they treat you right for special occasions.
  • Men prefix! Excelente servicio, pidan que los atienda Fernando!
  • Bertrand Chemel, chef of 2941, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Chef's tasting menu.
  • Swing through for brunch with a view of the Potomac while swinging to a jazz trio.
  • 6pm: Get an early dinner at the Mandarin Oriental Hotels CityZen restaurant (001 202 787 6148), serving top-notch modern American cuisine with local ingredients. Call for reservations. Best by cab.
  • Best Asian eatery in Washington. If you are up for an adventure try the tempura-fried turbot fin with yuzu vinaigrette. Very good!
  • **** stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011 ("The most luxurious potato salad in the city," writes Tom.)
  • Best vegetarian food in D.C. One of my favorite restaurants. Worth going to for any occasion.