My husband took me out for the evening on my birthday and we had a good meaty time. There was so much to try and everyone was nice and polite each and everytime they came around with meat. The concept is fun & different which I enjoyed. I will definitely be returning.
601 Pennsylvania Ave NWWashington, DC 20004
5 DIAMONDS for the CAPITAL GRILLE!Was a regular here from about 95-04' till I moved to FL. Have a stack of receipts from here an inch thick! AWSOME …
1801 Connecticut Ave NWWashington, DC 20009
Nothing but wonderful things to say about this place! We have our company parties here every year and the waitstaff is always attentive. The food is…
950 I St NW Suite 501Washington, DC 20001
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5 DIAMONDS for the CAPITAL GRILLE!Was a regular here from about 95-04' till I moved to FL. Have a stack of receipts from here an inch thick! AWSOME & SUPERB dining and waitstaff. Georgeous mahogany decor. Fantastic wine storage room. Awsome aged steaks. Try their house Martini, the STOLI-DOLI. Valet parking or 2 blocks from the Metro. The only kids I have seen in here were well behaved Senators children. Proper attire please! Best calamari anywhere! Sam's mashed potatoes too! I often eat at the newly opened JAX FL location at St Johns Town Center. Tysons Corner on Beltway in DC too. see their website.
No reservation, greeted and asked to sit at bar for a few, at table in 15 mins. Generous drink while waiting. Place was totally packed. Food was very good and staff friendly and accommodating.
I have been there a few times when visiting DC - that place always seems well visited and I've never been disappointed with the food. Last time I was there I got Pappadums with dips for a starter - they were excellent with three different dips (chilli dip, something very good with pickled onions and fresh coriander
When you get a craving for very good tandoori oven cooked chicken (murgh malek kabob), home style dal (lentil) or muligatawny soup, spinach with paneer cheese (saag paneer), and assorted Indian breads including fried bread (puri), potato naan (aloo paratha), get thee to Taj of India.
Try it at least once. This is an excellent option for Indian cuisine, crowded but with attentive staff. Food is a very good example of what can be done with a lot of species as well examples are in all of the plates. Try the samosas filled with vegetables they are great!
The best I have tried before but pretty good. The service was nice (and I think they make everything from scratch). Great place to spend time with your friends and family before dinner.
Healthy portions and delicious food. Nice to find a nice ethnic "joint" in Georgetown that's not hugely overpriced. Good service (sometimes too good) and reasonable "price performance ratio." Will eagerly return soon.
I have now visited twice with great success. My spouse and I enjoyed the Chicken Tika Masala and the Butter Chicken, both of which were, in our estimation, perfect. The service is also excellent, and the prices are resonable.
As someone who eats Indian frequently, I found this establishment to be good and reasonably priced for Georgetown. While I have had better Nan bread, overall the meal was good and about 45 dollars for two with alcohol included.