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City Lights of China - Simply one of the best Chinese restaurants in Washington. Nice atmosphere and delicious food make a great dining experience. Dinner can get busy.   1731 Connecticut Ave. NW,   Adams/Morgan (202) 265-6688 AE,D.DC,MC,V $$

Hunan Chinatown has been voted to the list of Washington’s "Best 50 Restaurants" by Washingtonian magazine for 11 consecutive years. A local favorite.
624 H Street NW, Chinatown (202) 783-5858  AE,DC,D,MC,V  $ 

Tony Cheng’s Mongolian Restaurant has two floors of terrific Chinese cuisine. The ground floor has a Mongolian BBQ station where chefs prepare individual dishes with ingredients of your choosing. The second floor has great traditional dishes with several delectable seafood entrees. The staff is particularly friendly.
619 H Street NW, Chinatown  (202) 842-8669   AE, MC,V  $

Haad Thai Restaurant offers absolutely great Thai food. Grilled and vegetarian dishes are available, and the spiciness of meals can be modified to taste. In the dining room, patrons are surrounded by a pretty mural of a sunset. 
1100 New York Ave. NW, Downtown (202) 682-1111   AE,DC,MC,V  $

Café Asia has an eclectic variety of Asian cuisine. One can get traditional dishes from Japan, China, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. The food is tasty and inexpensive enough to give unusual dishes a try.  No lunch on Sunday.
1134 19th Street NW, Downtown  (202) 659-2696  AE,DC,MC,V 

Full Kee is a local favorite that is known for its Cantonese-style cooking. The roasted meats are the specialty, but most dishes are above average. Twice as good as Half Kee. 
509 H Street NW, Downtown (202) 371-2233 $

LiHo is a couple of doors away from Full Kee. Hungry diners flock to Li Ho for large portions of good food at reasonable prices. The specialty is the curry-flavored Singapore noodles made with meat, vegetables and thin cellophane noodles. 
501 H Street NW, Downtown (202) 289-2059  MC,V    $

Café Japone – has pretty good food, but the draw is definitely the lively atmosphere. Thursday night a live jazz plan entertains the crowd, but on most other nights the crowd entertains you, as the karaoke bar gets jumping after 10 PM.   No lunch.  
2032 P Street NW, Dupont Circle   (202) 223-1573 AE,MC,V $$$


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