Vegetarian's Delight

Vegetarian's Delight

By CouncilMag.com

Fancy Radish, one of the newest additions to D.C.’s vegetarian scene, sits along the hip H Street corridor in Northeast.

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Chefs Kate Jacoby and Rich Landau  opened Fancy Radish in 2018.

Photo by Chloe Burke

The brainchild of James Beard-nominated chefs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby, Fancy Radish recently landed as No. 2 on Tom Sietsema’s list of the best new restaurants of 2018. 

 Carrot with black lentils.  Photo by Fancy Radish

Carrot with black lentils.  Photo by Fancy Radish

This year, Landau earned his James Beard nomination in the Best Chef Mid-Atlantic category for Vedge, one of the couple’s Philadelphia restaurants. At Fancy Radish, dinner is served six nights a week with the menu changing seasonally. The restaurant says brunch is coming soon. Have a yearning for a hearty dish? Consider miso butter noodles. Cold or hot, there’s a dish for you.

 Sumac Sour Cherries with za’atar jelly doughnuts, halva ice cream, rosewater shooter. Photo by Fancy Radish

Sumac Sour Cherries with za’atar jelly doughnuts, halva ice cream, rosewater shooter. Photo by Fancy Radish

Fancy Radish
600 H St., NE Washington, DC

Hours:
Tuesday – Thursday: 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
Sunday: 5 p.m.-9 p.m.

 Uber Luxe with champorado, white chocolate, yuzu custard, cardamom crispies, pocky. Photo by Fancy Radish

Uber Luxe with champorado, white chocolate, yuzu custard, cardamom crispies, pocky. Photo by Fancy Radish

 Spicy Dan Dan Noodles with Sichuan pepper, red chile, 5 spice mushrooms. Photo by Fancy Radish

Spicy Dan Dan Noodles with Sichuan pepper, red chile, 5 spice mushrooms. Photo by Fancy Radish

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