So as you know, I am still getting adjusted to living in DC. One of my biggest transitions was assuring myself that the food in DC was just as good as NYC. That there were still cute non-chain restaurants to visit, serving amazing food. The Jaleos and Rasikas and Graffiatos were doing it for me, but what I needed was a legit confirmation from the outside world that DC was cool, and could compete with the New Yorks and San Franciscos out there. Enter Bon Appetit’s top ten restaurants in the country. Little Serow, based in DC, made the list.
Little Serow serves family style Thai food. Walk ins only. No phone, and they’ll text you to let you know you’re off the wait list. Only parties of four or less. There are no substitutions for food, so you have to be pretty adventurous. But from what Bon Appetit says, it is totally worth the adventure. All I was waiting for was to hear that you BYOB and that it’s cash only. (Neither is true.)
So you’d expect the restaurant to be run by a group of Thai chefs. Nope, try a Greek-American and his wife. Want to know more? Read the full article here.
Visit Little Serow at:
1511 17th Street NW
Washington DC 20036
I will see you there, in line, waiting for my text!