A much needed new addition to Falls Church Café Nessma is, in essence, Lebanese fast food.
El Tio Tex-Mex Grill may be the new kid on the block in Falls Church, but this newbie comes bearing ripe gifts of spice and trouble.
For patrons craving cheap, authentic Southeast Asian cuisine, Pho Cyclo has been serving up a variety of dishes from traditional pho soups to fried rice platters since 2005 in the Yorktown Shopping Center.
The Japanese restaurant Maneki Neko of Falls Church was founded by Futoshi Takazato, formerly a sushi chef in Arlington, in 2002.
Upon entering Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood Restaurant, the beautiful Japanese décor brings the authenticity of Japanese culture to life.
The best things in life are free, especially when it’s a soft-serve, vanilla-chocolate-swirl ice cream cone on the house without any rules forbidding a second indulgence.
Tsim Yung Chinese Restaurant is an excellent, dependable source of Chinese carry-out favorites.
Scurrying in off the sidewalk into the warm interior of Panjshir, the sounds and smells of ethnic cooking immediately stimulate the senses.
Pilin Thai is one of the finer Thai restaurants in Falls Church. Besides the peaceful, quiet and chic atmosphere, this venue boasts a wide array of cuisine, from the Spicy Crispy Catfish to Pad Thai and Shrimp Panang Curry.
Sweet, tangy, delicious and inexpensive are four adjectives that come to mind when I think of the Japanese steak house Otani.