Rose's Luxury

Row 1

Details
717 8th St SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 580-8889
New American
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the best appetizers fit for a last meal request: Crumbled pork sausage, litchis, coconut milk, tropical herbs, fiery habanero. When you get your bill: Chocolate-mint meringue cookies.
  • Some of the best food I've ever had from the most talented and nicest people I've met. Also please visit the restroom and enjoy its decor.
  • The pork sausage, habanero and litchi salad delivers nirvana in a mix of mint, cilantro and Thai basil, a broth scented with biting habanero and a jumble of textures.
  • Don't leave until you've had the popcorn soup.
  • Everything is delicious...especially the eggplant tart
  • just get all the small plates, you won't regret it. personal favorite was the jerk. all chicken dishes were almost unrealistically tender.
  • English pea cake was divine.
  • Undeniably the best place to eat in washington. Order everything
  • Rose's Luxury is chef Aaron Silverman's white-hot local debut, serving dishes like popcorn soup and fennel-stuffed gnocchi. It all takes place in a cozy space on Barracks Row.
  • Lychee appetizer is THE must get item. Get at least one pasta dish. Foie dessert.
  • Barracks Row hotspot from Momofuku alum Aaron Silverman, with an eclectic menu spanning pho to popcorn soup. The bar upstairs, furnished with antique couches, is a nice perch to wait from.
  • Food is unique and delish - small plates are pricy, but portioned nicely enough that you feel like you're actually getting something to eat. Staff couldn't be friendlier and decor is amazing!!
  • Definitely get the ribs & caramelized cauliflower!
  • Great food, loved the goat, pork sausage, the curry and the brisket. Odd waiters. Say happy birthday to Patrick when you go, you'll get a special treat.
  • Order the pork sausage, habanero & litchi salad, a cacophony of herbs & texture. With mint, thai basil, garlic chips & whipped coconut milk, what you'll taste is greater than the sum of its parts.
  • Bring a few friends to wait in line with and try almost everything on the menu. Highlights include the lychee salad, corn with guajillo chile, pickle-brined fried chicken, and caramelized cauliflower.
  • "small, sharable plates categorized into cold, warm & grill, pasta. Among the best seasonal items are thick, fat bucatini topped with a tangy sungold tomato sauce, and fresh, creamy peaches" FR
  • Highly recommend the brisket, strawberry pasta, and Vietnamese pate to share. Also recommend the foie gras dessert. Everything is delicious here!
  • Elizabeth was a great waiter, well informed on the menu.
  • Inventive menu. start with the pork sausage/lychee app (mix it up!). Popcorn soup is rich. Fried chicken - great mix of sweet and salty. Cacio e pepe , pesto less so. French toast + foie gras = yum.