This was within walking distance to our hotel. The food was fine, not overly expensive and a good family restaruant.
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I have eaten at Eli's 5 times in the last 3 weeks while on 2 Washington DC work trips. I had takeout once. I brought a guest once. I will go again. It is a nice neighborhood near Dupont Circle ( a "subway" stop). It...More
The manager is one of the most obnoxious people I have met in years. When I, a regular customer eating by myself, tried to find a table when they were hosting two large groups, they told me they had no tables. When I complained to...More
I was just in Washington for a conference. I am glad that they provided food for most of the meals. The one meal that they did not provide I went to Eli's and I was very disappointed. Always on the look out for a good...More
Eli's is the only kosher restaurant in DC proper and I went for lunch one day during my recent visit to DC. There was some lag time between when I was seated and when my order was taken. But every table was full so I'm...More
Great restaurant in the district. I enjoyed a yummy chopped liver sandwich and an order of latkes. Good food. Good venue for both large and small groups.
Found this charming resteraunt in DC that is like home style cooking. The sort of warm we care about you feeling. Simple pleseant and inviting.
Very dark, bad smell, very slow service. Fries where bad. Food with no flavour at all. Been to other places like this in NYC or Canada and they are much fresh and best price.
Was pleasantly surprised by the food at Eli's. Large portions like a casual dining restaurant, but food is more polished, more carefully prepared, and nicely presented. Service was polite, but could've been more attentive. One complaint, though. The restaurant didn't seem to have any air-conditioning....More
I liked it,, very delicious Falafel,, I took the combo,, the pita bread was really good and the salad full of flavor,, I think they add menthe in it,,, just as we do in Tunisia :)