Silk Road trade routes shaped global cuisine for more than 1500 years. From Java to India, China to Persia, Arabia to Venice, travelers exchanged spices, silks, ideas, and recipes. Set in an inspiring space in the heart of D.C, experience a modern expression of flavors first traded on the Silk Road.
Orange Cauliflower Soup
a base of homemade chicken bouillon leeks, yellow potatoes
Seared Jumbo Shrimp
marinated in fresh chili and garlic microgreen salad
Crispy Roasted Chicken Thighs
California ginger, garlic, fresh lemon juice crispy russet potatoes