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Tom Sietsema says, "The dude who makes arguably the best ramen in town, at Toki Underground, turns out to be pretty deft with Taiwanese and Cambodian dishes, too. Erik Bruner-Yang took seemingly forever to open his second restaurant on H Street NE, but our patience paid off. When Maketto began serving steamed buns with shredded pork and Khmer-style meat dip with crudite in April, the launch also unveiled...pedigreed pastries (Frenchie’s) and coffee (Vigilante) — lots to like under one cool roof. I’m usually here for dinner on the ground floor, somewhere in a dining room that starts with a bar and spills onto a patio followed by an open kitchen with slender counters. And if my job didn’t require me to eat the full menu, I could happily stick to just the fried, five-spice chicken, that warm dip enriched with coconut milk and curry, and a Wagyu bao platter that goes down like Asian roast beef sandwiches. Come with an open mind. Ground duck hearts, brined in nuoc cham and smoky from the grill, could become your new best friend."
The Pork Noodle Soup here is amazing. Sunday Dim Sum Brunch and a great outdoor courtyard as well as avant garden streetwear
Delicious Cambodian fusion restaurant that also had a coffee shop by day. One of our faves!
The future of dining probably looks something like this hybrid cafe/men’s-streetwear shop/Southeast Asian restaurant—retail-and-restaurant combos are popping up everywhere right now. Mostly, we’re here for Erik Bruner-Yang’s take on Taiwanese and Cambodian cuisines. An order of pork or…
“Great Asian-fusion eatery known for ramen noodles, dumplings, sake and cocktail.”
“Great craft cocktails and late night schnacks. The skewers and dumplings are a must. They have platters if you're feeling frisky. ”
“They have an extensive list of Belgian beers and nourishing bowls of mussels.”
“Gourmet food hall. Drive in movies during the summer. The neighborhood has lots of restaurants, shops and bookstores.”