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Cafe Asia

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Café Asia apparently has a very happening happy hour, though I’ve never caught it. Their décor is quite sparse, but it works for the largeness of the space and the traffic at thi...

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Cafe Asia 1/26/2007

True to its name, Cafe Asia serves everything Asian! The cafe has a low-key ambiance with wooden tables and chairs, the large space is plain but welcoming. The menu boasts of a collection of Asian cuisines ranging from Sushi, to Chinese dishes, to Thai curries and noodles, to Indonesian and other Southeast Asian cuisines. We ordered the Spicy Chinese ravioli which was similar to wontons in a spicy soy sauce soup, the Gway Tio, a stir fried noodle with pork and mussels, and the spicy Pad Thai. All of the dishes were flavorful and the prices were fair. They also serve Thai ice coffee and Thai ice tea which I love. Overall the food at Cafe Asia is decent and the prices are right. A great casual place to eat for lunch! more

Good for groups 10/13/2005

Café Asia apparently has a very happening happy hour, though I’ve never caught it. Their décor is quite sparse, but it works for the largeness of the space and the traffic at this restaurant. The food is generally quite good, and though you’ll pay a bit more for that, it’s worth it! more

Perfect for cheap happy hour and large groups 9/25/2005

Epitomizeing modern decor, Cafe Asia downtown DC may not be the most luxurious restaurant, but its service and crowd keep things moving. Monday-Friday you'll find $1 nigiri sushi from 4pm-7pm, which is always fresh and served promptly. (Be sure to tally the number you'd like as literal numbers and not hash marks, i.e. "3 spicy tuna," NOT " I I spicy tuna." It's a good way to get eleven instead of three servings!) Their martini menu, while on the pricier side, offers fun flavors blended nicely. Their prices other than happy hour are moderate, and their menu ranges from basic asian stir-fry to speciality soups and difficult-to-pronounce entrees. Their seaweed salad is among the best I've tried. So grab a couple friends after work or class and head to Cafe Asia. They fill up fast, but large tables and a bar will ensure you'll eventually find a seat for even a group of 8-10. Beware that the decor encourages loud acoustics, so this is not an intimate dinner setting. more
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