Inn at Little Washington

Amerikanisches Restaurant, Hotel und Bed & Breakfast$$$$
  • Die Experten bei Epicurious und Washington Post empfehlen diesen Ort
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26 Tipps und Bewertungen
  • günstig
  • vegetarischen Speisen
  • romantisch
  • faira
  • patrick
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  • Robert H.
    Robert HansonMai 20, 2013
    The Inn at Little Washington is amazing. It's like "Fantasy Island,' where your wish is their command. The rooms: spotless. The people were amazing. The Food: unequaled. We will definitely return.
    Sep 4 positiv bewertet
  • natalie k.
    natalie kayDezember 30, 2016
    The Inn is lovely for a celebration. The Carpaccio never disappoints! The Baby beets with goat cheese ice cream is heavenly. & the 7 deadly sins is a perfect way to sample desserts!
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousJanuar 27, 2015
    The Inn is a memorable show: order cheese, and a selection shows up on a faux cow that moos on command; ask for a kitchen tour, and a young man in a robe leads the way, waving incense in his wake. Mehr erfahren
    Aug 24 positiv bewertet
  • Rachel K.
    Rachel KAugust 15
    Two Michelin stars with expected pricing. Choice of 3 different tasting menus, including a vegetarian option. You can also pick and choose from across the menus.
  • Ellen S.
    Ellen S. P.August 7, 2014
    Whimsical preparations: truffle popcorn in mini popcorn movie bags, jellied gazpacho soup, "magic carpet" of vegetables with lamb. Best servers have a sense of humor about what they're serving you.
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostAugust 1, 2014
    We dare you not to swoon when you spoon into the brilliant pineapple-lemon grass sorbet, served alongside pink peppercorn granita, or “grandmother's" apple tart, a pie by way of Paris. Mehr erfahren
  • David V.
    David VasquezJanuar 19, 2014
    Do a dinner & room package to get the full experience at the best price. Great service, beautiful property and a wonderful dining journey that you will never forget!
  • Washingtonian Magazine
    Five-course meals begin with canapés such as “the world’s tiniest baked potato” and might end with a visit from a mechanical cow named Faira (aka the cheese cart) and cheese savant Cameron Smith.
  • Jason T.
    Jason TownsendAugust 28, 2011
    It's worth going out here from DC for a meal. The decor is over the top, but the food is what you came for. Simply amazing. Plus, was shocked the wine list had several good value bottles on it.
  • Charles M.
    Charles MurschSeptember 19, 2014
    I was brought here for an amazing birthday treat. Request the special booth back in the kitchen where you can meet the chef and see the food made. $$$$$
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 25, 2010
    The romantic, theatrical options at this luxury restaurant are complemented by the beautiful colonial setting. Try the "slurpees" and ask to see the cheese selection for delightful surprises.
  • Daniele B.
    Daniele BanciNovember 18, 2013
    Most expensive place I have ever eaten in my life but it was so worthy. 5 course menu is very flavorful. There are just a few rooms if you plan to sleep there but each room is very exclusive. Fancy!
  • Samurai D.
    Samurai DogJuly 17, 2011
    Afternoon tea was delicious. The vanilla tea was so flavorful. Both the sweet and savory treats were excellent!
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostOktober 16, 2013
    How does chef-owner Patrick O'Connell do it after all these decades at one of the most famous addresses in the food world? I believe in magic.
  • Tina D.
    Tina DavisSeptember 13, 2011
    Very pricey but soooooooo worth every penny. Executive Chef & owner Patrick O'Connell is a master
  • Angel W.
    Angel WangApril 17, 2014
    Do not pass on faira the cow!
    Aug 15 positiv bewertet
  • Clark S.
    Clark ScrandisJanuar 17, 2016
    Yeah. It's all that! You can't go wrong.
  • Linda V.
    Linda VarasMärz 23, 2014
    Dessert in our room after an amazing meal.
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostOktober 12, 2011
    **** stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011. ("The most memorable crab of the season," writes Tom.) http://wapo.st/mVN6hs
  • The Daily Meal
    The Daily MealMärz 4, 2011
    This self-taught chef opened this restaurant in 1978 in what was originally a garage in Washington, Va., an hour out of DC. Mehr erfahren
  • Bravo
    BravoNovember 29, 2010
    Chef Patrick O'Connell's food is simple but straight forward. -Timothy Dean, Top Chef
  • Georges Joseph G.
    Definitely my favorite restaurant in DC, looking forward to visiting again soon
  • Jennifer M.
    Jennifer MooreOktober 1, 2012
    Dining in the kitchen is a 'religious' experience.
  • Dave B.
    Dave BoudreauFebruar 3, 2012
    Average check size: $537 (Source: Wired Magazine, February 2012)
  • Rex L.
    Rex LightningJanuar 29, 2015
    Not much they can do to be better, 5 star rating is well deserved.
  • Betty B.
    Betty BrubachAugust 23, 2011
    spend the night here too since you are "made of money"
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