The food was wonderful. It has a definite Asian flare. We shared a calamari dish with red thai curry vinaigrette that was one of my favorite calamari dishes I have had so far. I then had the duck curry with a coconut reduction with kefir lime and roasted peanuts. Joe had a crispy soft shell crab banh mi with pork terrine pickles and herbs. Sound like Top Chef fare? We even had a desert, a Tahitian sour cream cheesecake with mango and a pine nut crust. Oh my, along with a few glasses of wine we had a relaxing and enjoyable lunch. Their menu is quite extensive and includes a dim sum tasting. This would be a favorite of mine if we lived in this area.
We did our metro/bus journey back to Cherry Hill Resort in College Park, Maryland and got our usual happy greeting from our little pup.
Saturday we didn't do much except a little shipping. The day we left we had rain. I don't mention the rain we have gotten on this trip that much. We do seem to average a day or two a week it seems. That's why you see so much green in the east. Lots of large grass areas with no sprinklers ever. They don't need it even in the hot summer. Well we say good bye to DC and start our way south with a first stop in Virginia.