China Chilcano

Row 1

Details
418 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 783-0941
Peruvian, Chinese, Japanese
$ $ $
Hours
Mon, Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Tue–Thu: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight

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  • Ive yet to meet a dumpling here I havent liked. Get the trio of juicy lamb pot stickers hiding beneath a lacy cover fried to a golden crisp. - Sietsema
  • The desserts look better than they taste.
  • Tam tam noodles and all the dumplings are great.
  • Lamb potstickers!
  • Lamb potstickers- a crunchy lacy topping
  • Get the open-faced pork bun. Trust me.
  • Recommend the following the traditional Peruvian chicken dish, ceviche with flounder. The Peru alcoholic seasonal drink with purple corn and lemon grass. The pork belly fried rice if hungry. Cooll.
  • The long waits are worth it: Try out the terrific dim sum, a first-class pisco sour and the house signature seviche, Clsico la Mar.
  • If you've been to a number of Jos Andres restaurants, this one stands out for being the most different. Peruvian street food skewers were most worth my $.
  • Ask for Jeremy to be your server and def try the Concolon, Uni, and Seco de Res. Plus they make an excellent pisco sour!
  • Aeropuerto
  • The chicken stew was good. Yucca fries were great without bonito flakes. The flakes weren't necessary. Great quinoa. Great service! Aqua de loco was really great
  • This dessert snail photographs great and is a great ending.
  • Not that Chinese, but really nice taste. Thumb up!
  • Love the ceviches here! Visiting during truffle month was a real treat. Drinks are very good as well.
  • Fun, hip atmosphere totally an amazing spot to go to.
  • Excellent latin/asian cuisine
  • Lots of tables with last Susan's. Great for sharing food with a big group!
  • Ceviche, crunchy tuna roll, chicken skewers (perfect for your pickier eaters), beef stew, noodle and tomato dish. Fun, loud, true fusion atmosphere!
  • Get the tasting menu, it's amazing and you get to try a bit of everything. Includes about 12 courses so it's definitely worth the price. All the pisco's are delicious as well!