Try this sandwich
Izakaya Seki is putting its own spin on a beloved Japanese cult dish. The katsu sando, a staple of train stations in Japan (which tend to actually have delicious food), is being sold by the restaurant for $9.50 (takeout only). The sandwich can be ordered ahead of time online.
Do your duty
Stuck with jury duty? At least public servants can eat well in the process. Washingtonian has a roundup of the best options near D.C.’s courthouse, like Fiola and The Source.
Tortilla Coast has a deep-fried pina colada. Apparently this dish is possible? It’s part of the restaurant’s salute to Texas State Fair food.
Eater.com does a deep dive into the rise of Indian fast-casual options nationally. It’s something that’s been seen in D.C. as well with such restaurants as Spice 6 (now with two locations) and Merzi.
Today’s "this just looks good" award goes to...
...this chicken from Art & Soul.
Don't mind if we do.Posted by Art and Soul on Wednesday, October 5, 2016