Thai X-ing

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Details
515 Florida Ave NW (at 6th St NW)
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 332-4322
Thai, Asian
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The pumpkin curry will put you in a happy place!
  • call ahead. expect to spend all evening as though at a neighbor's house for dinner. be amazed.
  • The pumpkin curry, mango sticky rice, and papaya salad were my fav dishes. Random townhouse with old school decor but well worth it for the food. Delicious! Just remember BYOB!
  • Don't forget it is BYOB!!
  • bring your own favorite Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir or any good German Pilsner pairing with their spicy food.
  • the mango sticky rice is so amazing...heaven on earth good!
  • We passed this dinghy basement and thought, hmm.. it's a dinghy basement. Turns out it is. And it's so amazingly wonderful. Order lemongrass soup. Eat whatever they serve you. Book in advance.
  • Order the pumpkin curry. Tender kabocha squash is the sweet counterpoint to the fire and kicky basil in this traditional Thai red curry.
  • This is the real deal. Serves Thai food as they do in Thailand - whole fresh fish, big bowls of spicy soup in the summer, lots of lemongrass. Bring cash. Bring your own booze, not sold here.
  • The pumpkin curry garnered such a cult following since its inception on Halloween 2008 that it became a menu staple. The dish includes red curry, kabocha squash, coconut milk, chilies and lemongrass.
  • Please bring back the green curry short ribs from 2009!!! Otherwise, pumpkin curry is what these guys are known for.
  • From Eater DC: perhaps the most well known BYOB spot in the city, customers need to make reservations in advance to enjoy the perk of BYOB
  • Amazing. Cute, unique, authentic, delicious. You eat what you're served. BYOB. Great price point.
  • probably one of the best traditional Thai food I have had in DC. small place and set menu. Everything is delicious and some dishes could be spicy! Loved it. reservations highly recommended
  • Plenty of food. Delicious!!!
  • Vegetarian-only on Sunday evenings.
  • There are a lot of good Thai places in DC, but this one is best. Get the chef's daily menu and bring a nice bottle of something (and pay no corkage fee). You won't regret it!
  • Prix fixe menu, served family style with proportions depending on how many are in your party. Hands down, the most legit Thai food in US.
  • It's good and a ton of food, but not close to the best Thai in DC these days.
  • Sunday's are completely vegetarian! They keep bringing you plate after plate, it's so much food, and so delicious!

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