One of the core dishes of the Filipino cuisine currently spreading across D.C., adobo is a stew typically featuring assorted cuts of meat (and sometimes seafood) marinated in a base of vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic. That simple template fuels endless subtle variations.
Area restaurants offer a range of adobo dishes, from iterations that evoke the reliable comfort of Filipino homes to inventive variations designed to thrust Pinoy cooking forward.
Here are a dozen adobo meals to seek out around D.C.
Note: The featured restaurants are not ranked. The map is arranged geographically from north to south.Read More