Adour at St. Regis Washington DC
Adour at St. Regis Washington DC
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Adour at St. Regis Washington DC

  • Dining Style: Casual Elegant
  • Website: http://www.adour-washingtondc.com/
  • Phone: 2025098000
  • Hours of Operation:
    BREAKFAST:

    Daily: 7am - 11am

    LUNCH:

    Monday to Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm

    DINNER:

    Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
    Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: French, Contemporary French
  • Executive Chef: Sebastien Rondier
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
  • Private Party Facilities: Adour semi-private dining room with our chef's table seats up to 14 guests. The main dining room seats up to 70 guests. Receptions for smaller or larger groups are accommodated at our St. Regis bar.
  • Private Party Contact: Marta Hulban 8888597869

Getting there

  • Cross Street: 16th & K street
  • Public Transit: Farragut West or McPherson Square Metro Stations for the Blue and Orange lines, Farragut North Metro Station for the Red line.
  • Parking: Hotel Parking
  • Parking Details: Valet parking is available upon arrival at St. Regis Hotel main entrance.
A word from Adour at St. Regis Washington DC
With the talents of Executive Chef Sébastien Rondier, Alain Ducasse's fresh and contemporary concept in Washington D.C., Adour in The St. Regis hotel, radiates casual elegance. The restaurant is ranked No. 6 on Washingtonian Magazine's list of 100 Very Best Restaurants for 2013 and has been a recipient of the AAA Four-Diamond Award since 2011.

Adour at The St. Regis Washington, D.C. is set in a landscape of bold hues which intermingle with sumptuous textures to create a lush, warm environment. The modern décor beautifully complements the newly restored St. Regis hotel. Adour is named after the river in southwest France near where Alain Ducasse was born. Masterfully utilizing the freshest seasonal ingredients from the best American suppliers, Adour’s menu features an elegant cuisine, rich textures and new flavors complemented by a diverse wine collection. Guests can enjoy a contemporary French American cuisine designed with wine in mind.
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Adour at St. Regis Washington DC reviews from OpenTable diners
  • Perhaps best meal better -
    BigPhil1VIP
    Dined on 5/21/2013
    Perhaps best meal better - at least as great as City Zen.
    Special Features:
    notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Very pleasant experience
    maxounet
    Dined on 5/21/2013
    Great food and pleasant (if somewhat formal) atmosphere. I particularly recommend the lobster pasta which is excellent.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Table not ready for time of
    OpenTable Diner Since 2007
    Dined on 5/17/2013
    Table not ready for time of reservation. Is it a kitchen problem or a staffing problem? Waited 1.25 hours to receive any food at all -- and it arrived only after asking where the food was. Main course came lukewarm. On the whole mediocre food for the price level. However, deserts were exceptional. Restaurant is closing at the end of May and rebranding.
    Special Features:
    special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Superbly Executed Restaurant
    Stepho
    Dined on 5/7/2013
    Sad Adour is closing. When for dinner on a Tuesday and thoroughly enjoyed the meal. My date and I shared an appetizer of the pasta which was very flavorful and lively. I had the duck as an entree while my date had the NY Strip. Both proteins were cooked flawlessly. While I've had more exciting duck preparations, this one was classic and I enjoyed it thoroughly. We also split the mac and cheese which was creamy and cheesy, but not greasy; just what a mac and cheese should be. Had the "Our Baba" for dessert and while I usually find babas a bit lackluster, the use of Armagnac in place of the traditional rum really made the dish. Overall, very enjoyable experience.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Eh Overpriced
    dcman123
    Dined on 5/4/2013
    They ask that everyone at the table has to do the tasting menu. Since i wanted to the lamb my wife could not order it...i complained but it got us nowhere. Save your money and go to Komi....
    Special Features:
    notable wine list, romantic
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Rough beginning Adour
    outandaboutVIP
    Dined on 5/3/2013
    This was one of the top restaurants listed for DC that I visited. I must say I was a little disappointed in it.For being in the St. Regis I thought the dining could have been a little more upscale. It was very modern with no table cloths unlike Marcel's which was much nicer for this price range. The server placed the menu on the table and I don't think was going to ask if I wanted a drink until I spoke up. When I asked for a VO manhattan he looked very puzzled and said he had never heard of it before. I was then informed they did not stock it! We substituted another brand and was not done to my liking. Finally the matre'd intervened and said he knew how to do it properly. Aside from this the rest of the evening was fine food wise.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, neighborhood gem, hot spot, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Tried the Maine Lobster Cookpot
    leeh
    Dined on 5/3/2013
    Tried the Maine Lobster Cookpot and Roasted baby lamb. The Lobster cookpot was delicious and really tasty. The baby lamb however was a tad disappointing - it was good - but not spectacular. But the hazelnut souffle was heavenly They have a very extensive wine list Service was very good - though with Alan Ducasse restaurant - you kinda expect more
    Special Features:
    notable wine list, romantic
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Good food but slow service
    OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIP
    Dined on 4/29/2013
    We went for a business lunch. Food was great but service was very slow, and the dining room was not full by any means. It took an hour and forty five minutes for us to get one mediterranean platter and three sandwiches.
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  • Romance and ambiance
    OpenTable Diner Since 2013
    Dined on 4/27/2013
    The service was impeccable, the food was delicious, and the ambiance was something special. You pay for it all, of course, as it's quite pricey. I thoroughly enjoyed it. No regrets.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • I had the 5 course option
    RodZ
    Dined on 4/26/2013
    I had the 5 course option which was the restaurant's choice for the courses. It was an outstanding combination of dishes. The dessert was a raspberry sorbet plus that was excellent.
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  • Excellent food and wine list
    Craig
    Dined on 4/23/2013
    Excellent food and wine list - sommelier was very helpful and knowledgeable. Prices make this a very special occasion stop.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • It was one of the worst dining
    OpenTable Diner Since 2003
    Dined on 4/19/2013
    It was one of the worst dining experiences I can remember. The service was horrible. They sat us an hour after our reservation with no apology or explanation. Then they said the kitchen was closing. They were out of several items on the menu, and even bread. They never refilled our wine. We had to get up from the table to do it ourself. I could go on. I am shocked they are still in business.
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  • Too bad this was the last night
    winelover
    Dined on 4/16/2013
    Went there for our anniversary. The food was stunning - the service not so much. Our server was slow on everything for most of the meal, and I had to ask for water twice, so that was a disappointment in a place that was supposed to be top notch. Other servers seemed much more on top of things, and the sommelier was very good. It was some of the best food we've had in awhile, so sorry to see the place close. We had the tasting menu, and except for the pasta dish, which I thought a little too sweet, the execution and presentation were impeccable. How often can you get a hazelnut souffle for dessert? But I would have appreciated a table that was more fitting a special occasion (which we had informed the restaurant it was).
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Adour must have been the best
    portistaVIP
    Dined on 4/13/2013
    Adour must have been the best restaurant I've eaten at. The food was outstanding and the service was on par with it, which is not so common.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Went with friends for my birthday.
    OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIP
    Dined on 4/10/2013
    Went with friends for my birthday. Menus were brought to table before everyone seated and just left on service plates. Champagne was poured, I asked if this was complements of the restaurant and was told someone has ordered it to be sent to the table. Same for a bottle of wine. Friend later told me she asked for specific mention of her gift when ordered. No mention of who sent it until I asked again. Had to look around for staff to pour wine 2 or 3 times. Food was excellent, decor was very nice, but little details missing. Ladies complained there were no purse hooks, and had to put them on the floor. Think tablecloths would make a more elegant table. We've dined at many Ducasse restaurants and were expecting more.
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Beautiful ambiance with sophisticat
    OpenTable Diner Since 2013
    Dined on 4/9/2013
    Beautiful ambiance with sophisticated friendly and responsive server staff. The food descriptions and recommendations were perfectly on point. I had a leisurely experience in a quiet setting with a lovely street view. The interior architecture and appointments are tasteful and elegant. All considered this was one of the best experiences of my 2 day trip. Culinary Par Excellence! I ordered a Lobster Cookpot with Basil and Lobster Cappuccino and Rhubarb three ways. A gelee,ice cream and custard tart with a heavenly caramelized meringue. As a "gift" I received chocolate truffles and almond financiers. Finished with a cup of perfect black coffee. Tres magnifique! Merci!
    Special Features:
    notable wine list, romantic, special occasion, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Simply the best dinner we've
    Steakme2013
    Dined on 4/6/2013
    Simply the best dinner we've had, the staff paid attention with such detail as it was my wife's and I anniversary. We started with the king crab salad which was totally unexpected/refreshing, then of course the fois gras which obviously at an Alan Ducasse restaurant was impeccable, we then shared the veal ragu which was without a doubt the best pasta dish we've ever had, then the baked lobster which again was a total surprise with generous amounts of lobster and again easily the best lobster dish we've had, ending the entree portion with the duck breast which was perfection, to top it all off we finished with the award winning hazelnut soufflé and a strawberry dish that was indescribable!
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  • This is a beautiful restaurant
    jennydoneit
    Dined on 4/5/2013
    This is a beautiful restaurant with old style service which I no longer find comfortable. I don't need 3 waiters in suits serving my meals! I do like some formality but this was too much, and felt self conscious all around. It was especially strange as the food did not warrent the efforts of the wait staff and pomp. The plates were nicely presented and served but lacked flavor, and originality, which is really inexcusable at these prices. They had an extensive wine selection - mostly Europena but we did not have any wine with our dinner.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, romantic
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Stellar food, but....
    OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIP
    Dined on 4/4/2013
    Adour is a foodie place. The high end hotel setting or just the location and target market means that prices are high (appetizers $20, Mains with minimal accompaniment $40, sides $9). The food is interesting and very good if a bit over complicated. Service is efficient but not especially warm.Wine list is fabulous with prices to match. I'm pleased they are showcasing some of VA's excellent white wines, but at $70 / bottle??? The dining rom is spacious but feels soulless - first time I went I thought it was just a quiet day, but even full it lacks any real character. Hard to know what sort of celebration / special occasion would feel right in it, so I guess it is just for the pols and the hotel guests.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • This was our second year going
    Notgr8
    Dined on 3/31/2013
    This was our second year going to Adour for Easter because we'd had such a wonderful experience last year. Unfortunately this year the service started out poorly. We gave our orders were given water but no one asked us about drinks. In fact after the first waiter took our order he passed us to another who ignored us. I did ask one of the other staff for assistance and waiter then showed. We got cocktails that had too much alcohol and when we ordered wine, because we asked for it by the glass the selection was poor and we were not even given assistance by a sommelier. Last year we were treated by a sommelier.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Adore was good, but not the best
    OpenTable Diner Since 2011
    Dined on 3/30/2013
    The chef's tasting menu, 5-course, was certainly tasty, with a nice balance of offerings. We found, however; the flow or palate to be inconsistent across courses. Each course, in-and-of-it's self, was very nice, however, as a collection, there was little flow. The service was excellent, however a little slow between courses. Some small attention to details were overlooked. Although the dining room was only 3/4 full, each of the service staff had such a sense of urgency, walking very quickly, a lot of movement, that it made us feel a bit uncomfortable. I do not mean to state, however; that we felt rushed...it just wasn't a very relaxing dinner. Also, very loud atmosphere.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Good restaurant
    sle200
    Dined on 3/27/2013
    We went to Adour since it made the top 10 in Washingtonian. We ordered the tasting menu. A couple of the earlier dishes were just ok, but the pasta and the duck were outstanding. The staff was excellent, very friendly. We had great service, and the overall experience was nice. I think it's a good restaurant, fit for special occaisions, but we weren't so sure about the Top 10 rating.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • **NO** vegetarian entrees.
    Dippin
    Dined on 3/23/2013
    **NO** vegetarian entrees. I ordered the Adour Signature Cookpot (an appetizer) for my main course; it was small, bland and disappointing. The roasted chestnut velouté had a beautiful presentation with just okay flavor. The little cheese puff starters were delicious. Our table also enjoyed the bread served with the cheese course as well as the green olive rolls. The hazelnut soufflé with orange-ginger granita was a spectacular finish for dessert.
    Special Features:
    special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • The food was excellent and
    OpenTable Diner Since 2011
    Dined on 3/15/2013
    The food was excellent and would recommend, but the service was slow. We had to wait long periods if time between courses.
    Special Features:
    notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Mixed
    mrmrae
    Dined on 3/14/2013
    Main complaint: had to request another server due to neglect, which should never happen in a restaurant of this reputed calibre and price. Limited menu. Most dishes superb but wild boar was chewy with uninteresting sauce. Award winning pastry chef deserves his award. Name of restaurant is the name of a river in southwest France, homeland of the chef. Unique, well priced wines from that region. Anonymous, bland contemporary furnishings.
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    fit for foodies, notable wine list
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • We went for a family brunch
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010VIP
    Dined on 3/10/2013
    We went for a family brunch for my husband's birthday. The restaurant is beautiful. The staff are attentive. The food was in the category of fine dining but it didn't wow. The portions were modest - even for our European appetites and could have been more highly seasoned. The menu was not very extensive. I'm not sure we'd return for brunch as it didn't quite do it for us but I might be tempted to go back for dinner as I think the restaurant is more suited to that type of food.
    Special Features:
    romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Good food, stuffy atmosphere
    OpenTable Diner Since 2009
    Dined on 3/9/2013
    The menu was much more limited than I expected, but the food itself was good. (I found my steak unusually tough but the flavor was good.) The service, however, was atrocious. Our server could not have been less interested, and wasn't friendly or helpful in the least. He did not mention that the steak came with nothing on the side, or offer a suggestion that I might want a side or salad (as any good server would). He continued to pour vast quantities of water throughout the meal without asking us if we wanted to open another bottle. The atmosphere and operation was extremely stuffy. I thought it was completely overrated, and would not return.
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  • Went to get brunch on a Saturday
    OpenTable Diner Since 2011VIP
    Dined on 3/9/2013
    Went to get brunch on a Saturday and the restaurant was almost completely empty. Food was decent and I have no complaints about the service either. Prices were reasonable but nothing on the lunch menu excited me. The hotel itself looks dated but the restaurant actually looks very modern. I wonder why it was so empty... Staff were all very friendly.
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  • Wine and food pairings were
    DCMaryland2VIP
    Dined on 3/8/2013
    Wine and food pairings were a hit. Dessert soufflé needs to be ordered at beginning of the meal for a perfect finale.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, notable wine list, special occasion
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  • We mostly enjoyed our visit
    OpenTable Diner Since 2005VIP
    Dined on 3/2/2013
    We mostly enjoyed our visit to Adour -- our first. The food is excellent, service inside is wonderful, and it is a lovely, comfortable restaurant. But we almost walked away! We arrived on time for an 8:30 reservation and were told our table wasn't ready. Ended up waiting 20 minutes to be seated. (Yes they brought us some sparkling wine but it was annoying for us & others in the same boat!) We decided that if we weren't seated by 9 we'd leave. Once we were seated, in a dining room that seemed to have some empty tables btw, we were treated well. They marked our anniv with more complimentary champagne and an extra dessert item. The food is wonderful as is the service but not sure why they couldn't figure out how to seat people on time.
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    fit for foodies, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion
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  • One of the ten best places
    Raven
    Dined on 3/2/2013
    One of the ten best places in the DC area. The duck breast a l'orange is a beautiful dish.
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    fit for foodies, romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • One of the best attributes
    OpenTable Diner Since 2014
    Dined on 3/2/2013
    One of the best attributes was the service. The staff was phenomenal and able to adjust to certain dietary needs on the tasting menu. I know this may seem easy, but the tasting menus are usually set in stone and to change 2 of the 5 dishes is significant. We will be back again.
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    fit for foodies, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • AVOID!
    OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIP
    Dined on 3/1/2013
    We went there because of the restaurant making the Washingtonian's top 10. I can't believe this even made the list. The food was average, at best (although rather heavy on gelatin which was in at least two of the courses and flavorless) and the service was abysmal (we waited with no one in site for at least 5 or 10 minutes to get SILVERWARE after being handed out 4th course). The sommelier was great (Ellie, I think her name was) and the bar outside was terrific - wish we'd stayed at the bar. But you really don't have to believe my review; there were maybe 5 tables in the mostly-empty restaurant at 8pm on a Friday night. Somehow, everyone knew the place was over-priced and poorly serviced, other than us.
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    notable wine list
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  • Was thrilled to try Alan Ducasse's
    OpenTable Diner Since 2003VIP
    Dined on 3/1/2013
    Was thrilled to try Alan Ducasse's Adour in DC. The food lives up to expectations, but the services lacks -- especially in a place that commands $40+ entrees. We were very pleased with vegetarian options and the menu overall. The dessert list was outstanding. The wine included wonderful selections from Burgundy, even by the glass. The interior is modern and clean. It's very attractive. BUT, when you notice the ceiling -- a preserved painted wood -- you are then struck by two competing styles, which lessens the brilliance of the modern features. I'm sure it's nothing in comparison to Adour in NYC, but we enjoyed our meal overall.
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    fit for foodies, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • The Washingtonian Wasn't Wrong
    OpenTable Diner Since 2008
    Dined on 2/28/2013
    I took my wife to Adour for a special birthday dinner. It was our first time there. I selected it in large part because the Washingtonian rated it as one of the top 10 restaurants in the area. They weren't wrong. Great ambiance, excellent service, and a modern decor fit perfectly with the outstanding menu. Definitely worth a visit.
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    vibrant bar scene, fit for foodies, notable wine list, romantic, special occasion, hot spot
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  • The menu was very limited.
    OpenTable Diner Since 2010
    Dined on 2/23/2013
    The menu was very limited. I could only find one appetizer item (the salad) that was remotely appealing to me. (I don't care for nuts or sweetbreads or foie gras or seafood, so that eliminated just about everything). My husband tried the crab terrine. He thought it was tasty. The entrees were also limited in number. Again, for a non-seafood eater, there wasn't much from which to choose. I opted for the short ribs. They were fine. My husband was very disappointed in the lobster cookpot. He said it tasted like mundane soup. I am a huge dessert fan and was looking forward to that course. I didn't order anything. It all had nuts or liquor or heavy cream. My husband had the hazelnut souffle. He thought it was just ok.
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  • Adour is a Special Occasion Must!
    OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIP
    Dined on 2/23/2013
    Adour was a wonderful choice for our 9th Anniversary. The highlights of our meal were the seared foie gras (best we've ever had!), the waldorf salad with the black truffle vinaigrette, the duck a l'orange, and the most incredibly tender boneless wild boar. You will not go wrong with any of these dishes. For desert, my husband had the baba, which was delicious, and I had the hazelnut soufflé with orange sorbet granité. Every few bites, I plopped a spoonful of sorbet and granité right in the middle of the delicious hole I dug up in the middle of the soufflé... HEAVENLY :-) The coffee was also delicious. Service was friendly and helpful. We were presented with several treats like cheese puffs and their signature macaroons. Wonderful meal!
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    fit for foodies, romantic, special occasion
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  • Good, but limited selections
    OpenTable Diner Since 2002
    Dined on 2/22/2013
    Adour has a limited dinner menu, an ambitious (also expensive) wine list and a tasting menu we did not try. The best tastes were actually two amuses gueles, a very puffy two-bite cheese puff and a delicious taste of cold celeriac soup whipped to a froth with a tiny cranberry gel on top. The entree portions were on the small side, which was welcome. The steaks appear to be larger. The design is quite modern and rather cold, considering it is the restaurant of one of Washington's premier old hotels (now called the St. Regis). Clear walls with the selection of wines inside them are quite striking, but I'd still like a tablecloth for such a high-end dinner.
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    notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Food was excellent. Everything
    eat2wellVIP
    Dined on 2/20/2013
    Food was excellent. Everything was perfectly prepared. Dishes were not particularly adventurous, but rich without being over-the-top. Service was attentive and spot on, not fussy. Two of us shared everything (rather than going with the tasting menu) and the staff made that easy. The wine list is intelligently designed, with interesting choices from around the world that won't break the bank and work very well with the food. (They had no shortage of show-off wines on the list, if one feels inclined.) Sommelier did a great job of working out some pairings by the glass for us. An amuse bouche of a lush turnip soup and desert of a perfect souffle were superb bookends for the meal.
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    fit for foodies, notable wine list, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Service was slow, cold and
    floridanariv
    Dined on 2/16/2013
    Service was slow, cold and inattentive. The food was ok, nothing spectacular. It's almost impossible to have a private conversation if your seating along the wine cabinets. The tables are so close that you bump elbows with your neighbors not to mention that you are privy to every word they speak. The most attentive person in the dining room was the sommelier, he touched our table a coupe times and we had not even ordered a bottle of wine. I would not recommend this restaurant and I will not return.
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