Posts Tagged ‘Nava Thai’

A First Look at Teak Wood in Logan Circle

For a place that had the chutzpah to open directly across 14th Street NW from the regrettably named Thaitanic, newcomer Teak Wood is an awfully meditative space, as if it's going to squash the competition with prayer. The first thing that greets you upon entering is a sleek, decidedly slim Buddha carved out of — […]

Wheaton’s Nava Thai Now Serves Up Sushi, Too

It was hard enough swallowing the idea that my beloved hole-in-the-wall Nava Thai had moved into more spacious digs, which essentially forced the owners to expand their concise, noodle-soup-heavy menu to cater to the expansive new location. But now this: The Wheaton operation has added sushi to its offerings. Several months back, Suchart and Ladavan […]

So What’s the Deal? Is the Noodle House’s Name Song Phat or Mi La Cay?

The firefighter-yellow banner to the left of the entrance tells you the restaurant is called Mi La Cay Noodle House, a name echoed by the neon lights above the short set of stairs leading to the place. But then you look to the right (see pic below) and notice another sign hovering over the establishment. It reads: Song Phat Noodle […]

Vox Populi: Restaurant Rater jmiams on Ruan Thai

Rater jmiams likes Nava Thai OK, but really digs Ruan Thai. It really isn't fair that one community has so many good Thai restaurants. But as Restaurant Rater jmiams points, there are at least three Thai options in Wheaton, all of them worthy of your dining dollar. But this particular Rater has a thing for […]

Vote for D.C.’s Hall of Fame Dishes!

A couple of weeks ago, Y&H asked you to nominate the entrees and appetizers and desserts that you felt were worthy of inclusion into a D.C. Dish Hall of Fame. Y'all tore into the assignment like a pack of wolves on a dead carcass.  I received Tweets, personal e-mails, and lots of suggestions via the […]

Seeking Nominees for City Paper’s Inaugural D.C. Dish Hall of Fame

The Margherita at 2Amys: Does it make the cut? Earlier this week, I was noshing on the roast chicken at Palena Cafe, reveling once again in Frank Ruta's ability to add and coax flavors from this generous, succulent portion of breast, wing, and leg meat. That's when the thought struck me: This is, hands-down, one […]

Young & Hungry Dining Guide by the Day: Nava Thai

One by one, we’re running through the 50 restaurants that made the cut on this year’s Young & Hungry Dining Guide. If you have visited the day’s featured restaurant, let us know what you think. If you’re planning to visit for the first time, tell us about your meal when you return. Before its move […]

Y&H Straw Poll: When A Restaurant Moves, Does It Affect Your Experience?

This week's Young & Hungry column is devoted to restaurants that have moved recently, including the much-beloved Nava Thai in Wheaton, and how that affects your dining experience. I come down firmly on the side of change. A move changes a restaurant forever. It stops being whatever it was originally and becomes something new, even […]

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