Michelin Guide announced four new additions to its Bib Gourmands list in the District on Monday.
“We’re thrilled to announce these new Bib Gourmand restaurants,” Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the MICHELIN Guides, said in a press release. “Washington, D.C., rarely disappoints the MICHELIN Guide inspectors, and this 2022 selection lived up to those lofty standards.”
Dauphine’s, from the team behind other D.C. favorite The Salt Line, is an eye-catching restaurant with “tantalizing” Creole cuisine and cocktails. The restaurant even offers a Sunday brunch featuring live jazz! If you’re looking for classic Louisiana cooking with a flare, then Dauphine’s is the place for you.
Location: 1100 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20005
Located in Northeast, the people who brought you Rasika have added another restaurant serving up mouth-watering Indian fare through Daru. Noting its charming atmosphere and classic cuisine, Daru is a must-visit!
Location: 1451 Maryland Ave. NE, Washington, D.C., 20002
The chef behind the Federalist Pig has moved on to chicken! Nestled in Petworth, Honeymoon Chicken gives you the comfort of fried chicken in a cozy, diner-like atmosphere.
Location: 4201 Georgia Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20011
An intimate spot that was once a pop-up, Menya Hosaki brings you delicious ramen with house-made noodles. Brought to you by a team of young chefs, the restaurant is already “making waves in the city’s ramen scene.”
Location: 845 Upshur St. NW 1st Floor, Washington, D.C., 20011