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Asia Nine Bar & Lounge

915 E St. NW (9th St. NW) Send to Phone
It's pan-Asian cooking in a swirl of mixed cuisines and messages.


 

Cuisine

Open
Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly
Features
  • Valet parking
  • Dress code: Casual dressy
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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Asia Nine Bar & Lounge, Washington, DC


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Asia Nine Bar & Lounge Restaurant Review

: This Penn Quarter sort-of-Asian/sort-of-Western restaurant proffers a vision of pan-Asian cooking that encompasses a little Thai, some Japanese sushi and noodle fare, a touch of Chinese, one Singaporean noodle dish and, of course, some Americanized salads. What would any restaurant be without a warm spinach salad? As you wade through the lengthy menu, you might get lost along the way, so the best tip is this: skip to the specials and order the hoisin beef ribs or the meaty lamb chops perched on wasabi mashed potatoes. You can also simply focus on all-sushi meals at lunch and dinner. Dessert? Try the green tea crème brûlée. Accompany your meal with one of the restaurant's special sakés. Asia Nine has a second location in Gaithersburg.





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