Friday, November 29, 2013

Friday’s Last Spoonful: Field Trip

Zengo Restaurant: Chinatown, Washington D.C.

This stylish fusion restaurant, located right in the middle of the hubbub of Chinatown in our nation’s capitol, may take some effort to visit and dine.  The Mixed Stew crew recently stopped by Zengo to sample its “Bottomless Brunch,” that’s served on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm.  What makes it so special?  The brunch menu consists of “little plates” or tapas of several Asian/ Hispanic fusion dishes.  We tried the Beef Short Rib Hash, Achiote-Hoisin Pork Arapas, Peking Duck Chilaquiles, Bacon & Scrambled Egg Steamed Buns.  The flat price is $35.00 per person.  (Otherwise, each menu item costs $ 5.00 ala carte.)  The price includes free flowing drinks, such as Bloody Mary, Sake Sangria, or Mimosa.  Zengo recommends that you make reservations in advance.  This restaurant is great for extra special occasions so come well-dressed to enjoy an elegant but hip atmosphere. 

781 Seventh Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Neighborhood: Chinatown

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