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Washington, DC's Best Restaurants

With the help of several talented young chefs, the nation's capital has become a fresh and lively dining destination.
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Updated: Sep 10, 2010
Word count: 107 · Read time: 1 mins

Amsterdam Falafel Shop

2425 18th St. NW
Adams Morgan
202-234-1969
www.falafelshop.com

As its billing suggests, the name of the game is mashed chickpeas spiked with garlic, coriander, and cumin, rolled into little balls, and fried to a light crunch. These beauties are then slipped into warm pita and jazzed up with myriad toppings—turmeric-tinged cabbage and jalapeño-fueled herb sauce are particularly delicious options. Grab one of the couple dozen seats in the bare-bones shop for a satisfying lunch, dinner, or late-night snack (until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays) in the club-happy neighborhood of Adams Morgan. Cash only.


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