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Jun 19, 2004

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Joe Grossberg

Holy moly ... that mirrors our experience exactly.

My girlfriend lives in Cleveland Park and we went with a friend right around when it opened.

It took them a full half-hour to get us a diet coke. When the waiter arrived, he said they'd run out of glasses(!!!).

I do hope that the feedback got through to them, because the service was bad enough to ruin the place.

Randy Nanjad

Curious, does anyone know how to make the Indiqe martini (the sort of exotic one, with the tambrind in it)?
Cheer, R.

Elizabeth

You seem like a great place to turn for help in a small quest i am on--finding a particular restaurant in DC. If you can offer any assistance, I would be forever grateful. I don't know the name, BUT it has (had?) the most avant-garde, strange, ingriguing menu i've ever heard. things like a tiny thimble of gelee made to offer the "essence of an arugula salad" and so forth. i know that if you are familiar with this restaurant, this will ring an instant bell. i think i remember hearing that it was in a hotel, but i am not sure on that. saw it on the food network a year ago and am hoping to visit in person in the near future. thanks for your help, your web site is fab!

Jason

Elizabeth,
If any restaurant were going to offer a dish like that, it would have to be Minibar. Since they change their menu all the time though, you probably wont find it there anymore. Otherwise, I've never heard of a dish like that. Perhaps you should submit your question on Tom Sietsema's chat on Wednesday and he can answer it better.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/liveonline/food/asktom/

Jessica

It sounds like Homaru Cantu's Moto work to me!

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