Where southeastern Europe meets South East D.C. <br /><br />Our aim is to put together the ﬁnest products of the New World and Old World for your dining pleasure. Perennially on the edge of great empires, the Balkans owes much of its food culture to its history, geography, and climate. The term Balkan is generally believed to come from the Turkish word meaning: “a chain of wooded mountains.” With a desire to introduce Washington, D.C. to cutting edge Balkan cuisine, proprietor Ivan Iricanin has created a dining space that will delight and indulge the senses. Primarily featuring “small plates,” Ambar will also offer wines and spirits from the Balkans not often experienced by the American diner.<br /><br />Join us for Valentine's Day dinner! Enjoy a prix fixe, three selection + dessert menu for 55 per person or a prix fixe, three selection + dessert + wine tasting for 75 per person (Only available menu).