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Looking for Indian Food in Washington, D.C.? Look No Further Than Rasoi Indian Kitchen 


It's no secret that I love to cook. My husband Mark and I spend a lot of time in the kitchen creating meals. We don't tend to shy away from many things. There was that time we roasted a rabbit , there was the great flambé experiment of 2012 (not my finest moment in the kitchen), and that one time we came home with a paper bag full of angry wriggling lobsters.

But sometimes things are best left to the professionals (ahem- flambe). As much as I adore being barefoot in the kitchen, I equally adore wearing earrings and dining out.

When it comes to the aromatic, layered flavors of good Indian food, I prefer to eat out.

Indian food is a family favorite. In New York, we had our go to spots and now here in D.C. we have found a spot as well.

Looking for Indian Food in Washington, D.C.? Look No Further Than Rasoi Indian Kitchen!

Our food came out plated to perfection in lovely little dish sets. IMG_1291.JPG IMG_1290.JPG The flavors were all distinct and amazing! Aside from needing to order more rice, the serving size was perfect.

Rasoi is decorated beautifully and provides the perfect elegantly casual backdrop for a delicious meal. IMG_1297.JPG

We'll be back!

Here's how you can get there too.

Rasoi Indian Kitchen International Square 1810 K St.NW Washington, DC

Let me know what you think! Do you have a favorite restaurant in DC?

Christmas at the National Zoo- Washington, D.C.

We took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather and decided to enjoy an evening stroll through the holiday light show at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. An annual tradition in the Washington area, the zoo opens its doors free of charge from 5pm-9pm during the holiday season, to provide family friendly holiday cheer.

I have a soft spot for elephants. These three, who were posing by the entrance made me smile.

This guy was illuminated in 3-D.

There were animals and sea creatures alight around every bend.

Ohm enjoyed the lights. He even attempted to sing along with the Christmas carols.

His favorite part was the old fashioned carousel. I think we rode a giant sloth?

The Small Mammal Hall and the Reptile Hall were open for viewing. I enjoyed the curious faces of the tamarins. We also got to see an armadillo roll into a ball. So what does this have to do with the birds in lights in this picture? Nothing. Just wanted to share.

Happy Holidays!

The National Zoo , 3001 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008