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Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Cambodian New Year Dinner at Maketto

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Chefs Erik Bruner-Yang and James Wozniuk have created a special 4-course menu (complete with wine pairings) to celebrate the Cambodian New Year at Maketto (1353 H Street). This is one of those special food events that, while a bit of a splurge ($130 per person), is likely to be a very memorable evening. It's happening three nights in a row (March 13th-15th) with two seatings (5:30pm and 8:30pm) each night.


Course One

Mtes Ambel
(Fresh fruit served with chili salt.)

Course Two

Ang dtray- Meuk
(Grilled squid with citrus, cucumber, and fresh herbs.)

Prahok Ktiss
(Rich dip made with minced pork and yellow curry kroeung, served with Chef’s choice of seasonal crudités.)

Course Three

Amok Trey
(Steamed curried fish, served with rice.)

Course Four

B’baw T’noat
(Grilled coconut sticky rice.)


** Please note that guests will be seated at tables of four.
*** Benefit for Caring for Cambodia X Maketto Culinary Exchange Program.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Erik no longer with toki announced today

Anonymous said...

Source?

Anonymous said...

Friend of someone who works there. They told the staff about the change yesterday

Anonymous said...

http://dc.eater.com/2016/4/11/11406698/erik-bruner-yang-stepping-down-toki-underground-dc