Get directions | 717 8th St SE, Washington, D.C. 20003
Hours | Sunday Closed, Monday 5pm-10pm, Tuesday 5pm-10pm, Wednesday 5pm-10pm, Thursday 5pm-10pm, Friday 5pm-10pm, Saturday 5pm-10pm
Rose’s Luxury was, at a point, the hottest restaurant in DC. Many, many reputable magazines, newspapers, and internet publications heralded its excellence, and I mean great publications. The best ones. Really.
We visited right at the peak of all that hysteria, when the lines outside of Rose’s were the longest, and just before Obama decided to drop in for his birthday. We, much like Barack and Michelle, were blown away by our experience at the restaurant (we talk), and we fell right in line with what everyone else was saying – those who wait an hour to put their name down for a table shall be rewarded. Rose’s was worthy of the hype.
choose your own adventure!
ROSE’S BREAD SERVICE
“NOT” THE PORK AND LYCHEE SALAD
brussels, prosciutto & Campari hollandaise
THE PORK AND LYCHEE SALAD
SUPER DELICIOUS GRILLED CABBAGE
even if you don’t like cabbage, you will like this
in a triple cream brie sauce
a Japanese/Italian fusion dish. Basically tastes like noodles, butter and the ocean. Add California Uni for $15 (1/2 oz.) or $30 (1 oz.)
CACIO E PEPE SOUFFLE
there’s really no other way to explain this, it’s exactly what it sounds like
SETH’S FANCY FISH CAMP
a whole fried dover sole, served with a side of awesomeness
STEAK AND EGGS
grilled rib eye, fried egg mayo & a “sidecar” of crispy potatoes
One dessert serves 2.9 people.
AN OLD SCHOOL CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE
malted vanilla ice cream
BEIGNETS & BANANAS
beignets… but fun size! with bananas foster ice cream
VIETNAMESE COFFEE CARAMEL COCONUT CRUMBLE MOCHI BROWN BUTTER CAKE
with buckwheat ice cream
All dessert items are vegetarian or can be served vegetarian.