Afghan Kabob House might be owner Akbar Madany’s first business venture, but the seasoned restaurant manager knows how to appeal to curious palates.
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.
Named by Washingtonian magazine as one of the best Indian restaurants in the D.C. area, Haandi’s international fare and exceptional service makes this establishment a fine dining experience for couples and families alike.
JV’s Restaurant of Falls Church has been a timeless favorite for live, local tunes since 1947.
A very pleasant, friendly and amicable environment at Anthony’s Restaurant on West Broad Street in Falls Church makes it a quaint place to have just a nice basic dinner, with a little Italian feeling.
Packed into the same square block as Lost Dog and Stray Cat Cafés, and right across from the original Lebanese Taverna, Thai Noy completes the restaurant quarter in Arlington’s Westover neighborhood – and lives up to its neighbors’ performances.
Don’t let the new location fool you. Although they left Eden Center, Four Sisters is still one of the best Vietnamese restaurants outside of Vietnam. In their new Merrifield digs, Four Sisters still offers traditional cuisine that is hard to find elsewhere.
Sweet, tangy, delicious and inexpensive are four adjectives that come to mind when I think of the Japanese steak house Otani.
With three of the four judges returning from last year’s Taste of Falls Church, this year’s restaurant entrants will have to step it up in order to impress these veteran taste buds. Here, the judges provide insights on their personal palettes and what gets their mouths watering.