a while ago, Bob. W. said:
Within five miles of where I am now sitting in Falls Church VA (six miles from the White House) I can get authentic Afghani, Irani, Kurdish (!!!), Cambodian, Lao, Peruvian, Burmese, Turkish, Nicaraguan, and Bolivian food, not to mention Vietnamese, Thai, and Indian food from specific regions of the respective countries. I know I left some out.
I'm trying to decode this.
Kurdish is Ceilov
burmese is Myanmar
vietnamese may be pho 75 (?)
afghani is probably Panshir.
ethiopian is Skyline Cafe (according to Jim Dorsch, who knows that cuisine).
How 'bout the turkish, persian, nicaraguan, bolivian, (and, espeically) cambodian and lao places? Can you at least give us some names (we can look up info via yellow.com)
There used to be a place thereabouts called Angor What for Cambodian food...especially great stuffed chicken wings. But it closed. Is there really other cambodian?
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