A look at what's going on in Trinidad, on H Street, and in the larger area north of Capitol Hill.
Helen: Hmm, Pita. Well, I don't know about food from the Middle East. Isn't that whole area a little iffy?Hostess: [laughs] Hey, I'm no geographer. You and I -- why don't we call it pocket bread, huh?Maude: [reading the ingredients list] Umm, what's tahini?Hostess: Flavor sauce.Edna: And falafel?Hostess: Crunch patties.Helen: So, we'd be selling foreign...Hostess: Specialty foods. Here, try a Ben Franklin. Helen: [takes a bite] Mmm, that is good. What's in it?Chef: [poking his head out of a window, looking of Indian origin]Tabbouleh and rezmi-kabob.Hostess: [trying to cover-up] Uh, th-that's our chef... Christopher.
the thrillist review was painful to read, but this place looks solid.
That was the best shish taouk that i've had since moving here....the fatoush is awesome as well...will definitely be going back!
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