There are lots of other good places to eat. Don't bother with this one. Drinks were good but food only pedestrian. Quesadilla Platter was okay.
Pan-Latino is here to stay, and I am thrilled that Café Citron is the trailblazer in an over-saturated market of Latino restaurants, especially in the Washington DC area, offering a wide variety of tasty offerings from the myriad of Latin-American cuisines that reflect their unique history and their regional and topographical differences. Looking through the menu, I am tempted to... 更多
My hubby and I in town for some sight seeing , visited Cafe Citron for dinner , had reservation , which i made on line , confirmed quickly. Arrived a little early , to my surprise was seated immediately, :) Our server i want to say her name was Natalie , hope i got it correct was very nice and... 更多
I was in DC for work and looking for a place to gather five friends. I sort of picked Citron out of a hat and was glad I did! The happy hour was long for a Friday night with good cheap drinks and fun food. Dinner was excellent and served promptly with a lovely Central American authenticity I didn't expect!... 更多
Stopped in with a Bachelorette party, and the food and drinks were good. The service was good and attentive. We stopped in on the salsa classes they host on Friday nights and it was in the basement. It was full of people, and no really space to learn or take a proper lesson. We only stayed for about 20mins because... 更多
El Citron has everything that the Connecticut Avenue/Dupont Circle mentality demands: Mexican, Peruvian, Guatemalan, and other South and Central American food with moderate prices. It also has a happy hour from 5-7 for workers from the surrounding office buildings, followed by a happier hour after 8, and salsa dancing later on with an instructor for beginners. Sophia, the charming hostess,... 更多