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  • First Review
    December 19, 2013
  • Last Review
    February 7, 2014
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Come and experience our lively interpretation of South Carolina Low-Country cuisine. Enjoy good southern food, servers who bubble over with hospitality, and a dining room that is truly distinctive. With its honey-colored walls, golden woods and bronze sculptures that crawl across the ceiling, designer Adam Tihany has created an atmosphere to awaken your senses. What better place to enjoy low country cuisine than in this contemporary environment celebrating the south. Offering the flavor of the South - the Soul of Washington; where we will be sure to leave a light burning in the window for you, our guests.<br><br> Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/gbrowns<br><br>Visit our Facebook page: www.georgiabrowns.com/facebook
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Fried Green Tomatoes & "Firm Roots"
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 02/05/2014
 2008
Dined on 02/05/2014
 2008
Food 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Service 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Ambiance 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Noise Level
Energetic
Energetic
"I'm not sure what went wrong with their fried green tomatoes the last time I dines here, but they were delicious this time around! The music was pretty lame until live band "Firm Roots" started playing; amazing vocals, and I'd come just to have a drink and appetizer at the bar (if I could find a spot - it's a small space) to hear them play again. There are vegetarian options, but they haven't changed in *years*, so this isn't a place I'd frequent for lunch or dinner."
Dined on 02/05/2014
 2008
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Rasika, which is derived from Sanskrit meaning "flavors,” is the award-winning modern Indian restaurant owned by Ashok Bajaj. Leading the kitchen is Group Executive Chef Vikram Sunderam, a 2012 nominee for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic from the James Beard Foundation. Rasika has consistently earned four stars in the coveted Dining Guide of The Washington Post, and is in the top tier of Washingtonian magazine’s annual “100 Best.” Esquire magazine named it among the country’s best new restaurants in 2008 and Food & Wine magazine also stated that Rasika is “One of the hottest restaurants in the world.” Rasika showcases authentic Indian fare prepared on the Tawa (griddle), Sigri (open barbeque), as well as Tandoori and regional dishes. The restaurant is also noted for its international wine list, innovative cocktails and intimate, plush dining room. For private dining, Rasika has an exclusive space that can seat up to 16 guests and a semi-private area for up to 28.
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Rasika West End Tempted the Timid
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 12/17/2013
 2008
Dined on 12/17/2013
 2008
Food 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Service 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Ambiance 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Noise Level
Moderate
Moderate
"This remains one of my favorites, most often for lunch. My colleague has limited experience with Indian food, let alone their modern take, but tried and was thrilled by several dishes outside her comfort zone. She was equally happy with her "safe bet" of Chicken Tikka Masala. I'm still a fan of the Avocado Banana Chaat; some aren't keen on the texture, but I find it chunky enough with a nice balance of chili and chutney. The Artichoke Cremini Korma was new for me. It was flavorful enough not to compete with other dishes or be too bland; I'd order it again, but not as an entree and as long as another side had some kick. A sweet potato chaat and some goat cheese kulcha, and I was pleasantly full. Even in the cold, ginger limeade refreshes!"
Dined on 12/17/2013
 2008
Special Features: great for lunch
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