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Very nice lunch spot with quality food. Very casual.
We had a great team lunch at American Son. Service was great, food was delicious with options to meet all of our dietary needs, and the space is very calm and pleasant. Definitely recommend.
Menu very limited, food and wine list. Fritters looked like funnel cake. Entrees served in a tiny bowl. Chef is very heavy handed with salt.
Food was outstanding. Very interesting menu. Not a lot of choices and the format is different: plates v. large portions to share. We ordered the whole fish and it was presented beautifully and it was delicious.
Appetizer of peppers was very good as well as dessert!
Awesome food and great service. Truly underrated.
Disappointing breakfast - eggs, bacon and toast came out cold despite us being the only people in the restaurant. I didn’t have time to wait for a replacement so I just ate it anyway, but not a great start to my day.
The ambience was nice, the noise level was low at lunch time, and my Tofu Gnocchi was very enjoyable.
Business lunch. Server was very cold, never smiled
I enjoyed my meal at American Son but I wish the lunch menu was more interesting. It seemed like the standard blah steak, burger, whatever -- whereas some of the items available for breakfast (e.g. the congee) and dinner sounded much more intriguing.
We dined there for Father's Day. Service was good, but the restaurant seemed to be short servers, even though there were many empty tables when we arrived. The plates came out in no particular order or at the same time. Drinks were slow to be delivered and overpriced. The food was interesting, but not particularly diverse. It almost seemed to be new Asian Fusion without the Asian. Also, the restaurant was really overpriced for the food and ambiance level. All in all, food was good, but not great, service was good, but not great, menu selection was good, but not great and the value was poor, period. There are a lot of better restaurants in the neighborhood and the city. I would advise you to seek them out.
Server was amazing. Ambiance was average and food although good was overpriced.
We went for brunch. Drinks were amazing, food was even better! Service was wonderful. Definitely would recommend!
The food is far superior to the decor. While seating is comfortable, it feels like a hotel coffee shop.
Amazing food, excellent service. It was quite for a brunch place and a wonderful for a family get together.
Everything about the evening was great. The server was excellent, providing both good recommendations and excellent timing. We started with bbq'd shishito peppers and cocktails and the peppers were outstanding. We followed that with a pasta with rabbit sauce and it was both rich and delicious. We then had soft shell crabs which were done in an Indian style, curry sauce and papaya salad. After the meal which we had ordered one dish at a time, we went to the hotel's hidden bar where we had after dinner drinks. Overall, a great night.
Portions were small and pricey.
Food was good strange menu way too expensive for the portions
Beautiful place for a Saturday brunch..... foods wonderful
Great service and amazing food
The food was incredible, the service was warm and professional, and the open air bar table seating was lovely on a beautiful DC evening. I walked out ten pounds heavier after swearing I wouldn’t have another bite of the potato funnel cake croquette thing (trust me), the rigatoni with rabbit, the gnocchi with mushrooms, the soft shell crab in an amazing curry, the duck breast, the shisito peppers, and two killer desserts. I’ll be running five miles tomorrow, but so worth it!
Everyone not only at the restaurant but also at the Eaton went out of their way to make us feel special.
Very solid food. Good menu. decor is relaxed but hip.
Lovely meal and venue, especially the indoor/outdoor tables on a pretty evening. Be careful...the Shishito pepper appetizer, though good, is a lot of peppers! The "small plates" are relatively large portions so the two of us were more than satisfied with three plates between us. Our favorite was the gnocchi.
the ever creative Tim Ma manages to coax new experiences even from what seem like traditional dishes...during this special Mother's Day brunch the menu looked pretty standard, but the tastes were great --- loved the way he prepared his crabcake sandwich, collared greens and grits in particular...but even the tray of breads was excellent...and the dessert buffet!
Tasty food and fairly reasonable prices for lunch. Very modern riff i.e., “wellness choices” for fruit drinks which seemed expensive for what was basically juice. We had the salads with salmon and steak and a rather mystifying “short cake” which was deconstructed but attractively presented. Was a bit disappointed that there weren’t more Asian options. Still, it was an interesting place and a nice change from the business type options in the downtown area.
Amazing food, service, and ambience. Truly creative
Good, but very pricey.
We really liked sitting outside for brunch, but felt the menu was pretty limited.
Loved my meal. Just the right portion (not overwhelming) and really good!
Presentation was nice, as well as atmosphere and service. Food was just mediocre though. Was not really impressed with the meal.
Super cute restaurant. And indoor/outdoor so it was great for a beautiful day. We sat at a table with a banquette on one side and chair on the other and the chair was SO uncomfortable. We got açaí bowls and honestly they were horrible. $12 for like 3/4 cup of açaí bowl with 3 slivers of strawberry and a handful of blueberries. Also, there were teaspoons to eat it with which was very awk. I probably wouldn’t recommend eating here but I could see it as a great spot for a drink. Oh PS they have no iced coffee or iced coffee drinks...not sure how that’s possible on a brunch menu.
Really delicious food by the same chef at the now-closed Kyirisan. Delectable Asian-American dishes that are filling and tasty. It's a bit pricier tha ti would have expected, with small plates (two recommended per person) costing $15-$25 each. My friend and I shared an appetizer and two dishes and felt satisfied. Will definitely be back to try more dishes.
The Easter tasting menu was awesome! I also enjoyed the plate presentation. Really enjoyed our tasty meal, the service was awesome and I loved the atmosphere.
Enjoyed the food.
We went there are seeing it on a list of "Brunch Places" I think on Thrillist? It was good, but just good. Not anymore or less then average / good... not sure why this location made a list of brunches to hit. Also, the Mrs ordered the Avocado toast... Yes trendy silliness aside it was very tiny on a piece of what appears to be almost a slightly thicker crust cut off loaf white bread & the size of a single slice as a square also. Quite an expensive since slice of toast with a small smear of avocado. All in all, there want anything bad that happen, but nothing impressive or worth repeating. Just good enough.
The food and atmosphere of this place was excellent. The food portions is larger than advertised, we ordered an appetizer, two small plates and a whole fish for two people, and by the time the whole fish came out, we were stuffed. The noise level was great, I could still hear my friend against the buzz.
I would definitely come again.
I would recommend it for the ambience - particularly on a nice day when the window wall is raised to let in the outdoors. The coffee was great. I thought the food was incredibly bland and the croissant was doughy rather than airy.
Nice food. Server seemed somewhat stressed. Not mean or hateful, but not sharing happiness. Hopefully there is happiness that was there but was held back.
Long wait for mediocre food
Good food, astonishingly poor service. Go if you have an entire afternoon free and aren’t especially hungry.