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A Laotian cuisine specialty restaurant, Thip Khao is a famous eatery in Washington. A combination of specific items are incorporated for guests to experience the traditional flavors of the cuisine. Lao culture is expressed here through a unique culinary adventure. Try their famous Sticky Pot Rice, Avocado Rice Pudding and Chicken Larb which are done to perfection.
After her daring fight with cancer, that compelled owner Elizabeth Petty to adopt a raw and vegan diet, she was introduced to the benefits of eating raw and staying healthy. She envisioned to share this passion with others and thus, Elizabeth's Gone Raw was born. This is a unique restaurant open only on Friday evenings. The place welcomes patrons into a classy setting where cocktails form the first round, these are exceptionally-crafted concoctions that lay the perfect start to the fare that follows next. Elizabeth's Gone Raw focuses on a new menu every Friday, so every visit is a surprise for the patrons. Here food is cooked well under 244 degree Fahrenheit (118 degree Celsius) and all the ingredients are raw. Nevertheless, everything is plated with perfection and arrives at your table looking nothing less than a masterpiece. Though, it is essential to develop a taste for raw food and vegan fare, a visit to Elizabeth's Gone Raw is must for the experience it offers.
This Asian-style teahouse in the heart of Dupont Circle hosts outdoor Japanese tea ceremonies in summer. The rest of the year, enjoy dozens of exotic teas, breakfast, sandwiches and bento boxes. Teaism also has a small store where you can buy traditional tea settings. Try the ostrich burgers, Japanese bento boxes (rice, sushi, and a hot dish) and rice pudding for dessert. Tea is served in your own pot.