G Street Food offers corporate drop-offs and full-service catering seven days a week. Our Catering Menu incorporates artisan breads, baked in-house every day. We also provide customized menus for larger luncheons, banquets and receptions.
Was in DC on business and looking for a quick bite. GStreet was close and the reviews were good. Cool place with an interesting concept. There was a lot of variety on the menu but the cheesesteak caught my eye. The sandwich was done well and I enjoyed it. Good flavor and the portion was good. I also got fries with it and again they were cooked to perfection. Service was quick and I really like the industrial look of the place. I got here before the lunch rush but it was soon packed. Wish I was closer as I would come here often. More...
I love this place so much. After spending my entire summer eating lunch here I feel the need to leave a review and just let the world know how great it is. They have reasonably priced, delicious food and they have a wide variety of it as well. Personally, my favorites are the bhan mi and the Thai chicken satay, but anything you get here will be incredible!!!! More...
Kentucky sandwich was dry and not flavorful. But cool environment.
Yummy! The banh mi was good, Americanized but really good. Fast service
Live in MD so not from around here. The place and service was great, so was the food. And the cashier, Nomani, was great, helped with everything I asked for. Y’all need to give her a raise or promotion. More...
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Was really good. Staff was professional & helpful. Worth at stop in if i get to DC again
Food and staff were great!
Good sized portions
Excellent chicken bahn mi sandwich. Food is great, eat in small space, great for lunch.
amazing food if you're ever downtown. huge portions for a pretty fair amount.
Really solid lunch place. Prices seem a bit high, but portion sizes are huge so I was able to make two meals of it.
Nice place for lunch !The sandwiches are great !
this place dump
They gave me a free cookie
I've been using the Ritual app to order lunch near my office so I can get in and out quickly. I visited G Street Food today for the first time and ordered the bulgogi kimchi quesadilla. It was very tasty, a huge portion (enough for leftovers for tomorrow's lunch - yay!) and came with a good portion of guacamole and salsa. I am happy to have found this place and will be exploring more of their lunch menu in the future. More...
This was my first time here, but I got the falafel wrap and I cannot stop thinking about it. It was amazing!
My G Street Food review is for both the restaurant and their catering services Restaurant: I didn't know that G Street had a restaurant and close to my work! A couple of colleagues and I went for lunch and we were not disappointed. It was rather busy and we lucked out with a table on the upper level for our big group. I got the Thai chicken skewers with the peanut sauce and it was delicious. The sauce was sweet and went perfectly with the the rice and veggies. The service was great. Now that I know the restaurant exists, I'll be visiting more often! Catering: G Street is my go-to catering option when I order for work. I usually put in orders for over 30 people and they have never been wrong. Everything is always delivered early (not on time, but early) and is fresh. I've never had a bad experience with them and I've gone as far to send complicated orders with various dietary restrictions. They're my go-to option. You should try their boxed lunches if you're catering for a large work meeting! More...
Best halal food in DC! Great sandwiches too
A solid lunch spot serving up good portions at surprisingly good prices for downtown DC
Moon kyung Chang
Best ham and brie sandwich!! Love here!!
Oh buddy, if you like burgers, best around!
Food is excellent
Good fresh food.
John Stuart Machir
Thai Chicken, Socca, and Kentucky are tops.
Try the Kentucky.
Typical breakfast, but they give you 6 strips of bacon with 2 eggs, potatoes and toast.
Good adorable food... Something for all tastes.
One of my favorite lunch spots! Their menu mostly consists of sandwiches, and then some other rice-based dishes, curries, burgers, quesadillas, and other random stuff ("globally inspired street food" is what I believe they coin their fare). I go for the sandwiches; can't really say I've had a bad one there. They have one of the best tasting Bahn Mi sandwiches that I've found in the downtown area. Their Kentucky and Italian sandwiches are also favorites of mine too. Fantastic fries too!My only two complaints are the price and service. For a simple sandwich, it's pretty expensive. You're going to be hard pressed to walk out of there without spending at least 10 dollars on one, and then it's more if you get a curry or platter instead. I'm glad they have a deal to add fries to any entree for just a dollar, but still, I could go over to Potbelly, Pret, or even Subway and get a sandwich that's only slightly less good for 4 bucks less. Service can be kind of lackluster when it's busy too. I've had times where I've stood there for 15+ minutes waiting for them to call out my order. For whatever reason whenever it's busy, their system of keeping track of orders seems to flounder as my order gets lost like 1/5 times I show up on a busy day, which means I wait even longer to get my food.Luckily it's tasty, so I don't mind too much, but I would eat here every day if it wasn't quite so pricey. More...
Not sure why that guy said "complaints about food and service". Food was great and the price was right!!! A salmon omlette for $6.95? In D.C. that is unheard of, and unlikely most other places. And the salmon was plentiful. 2 thumbs up! Ok, when we went, the young lady at the counter wasn't super peppy, but she wasn't rude. And the interaction is so brief, any bad vibes should be cured by the awesome tasting food. Unless you walked in the door with them... More...
Exactly what you hope to find when in town for a conference. Great in house made food and affordable enough for the per deim
A great spot that I would not of found without Yelp! Extremely reasonable prices when you're on a budget. Lots of locals and workers eating here as well. The sandwiches were YUGE and extremely delicious! We might be back one more time or two before we depart the area. Again a great little gem of a spot for a great breakfast! More...
What a great place to get a quick bite! We spent a night in DC and needed a place to eat breakfast, so we stopped there on our way to see the sights. The food was delicious and the prices were very inexpensive. I recommend the asparagus omelet. Awesome breakfast!! More...
I have celiac disease and was delighted when I saw on their menu a very nice handful of options! Soups, salads, chicken satay, lettuce chx wrap, and more! Also everything tasted soooOooooOoo good. I went with two other people who were both equally impressed! I will be back! More...
This is my favorite quick lunch spot. With so much variety, I can literally hit every craving here. The location has ample seating, even during the lunch rush. They offer Halal Lamb and a variety of sandwiches! I love the place even though it can be a bit on the pricey side. More...
I come here every once in a while whenever G Street Food offers Curry or Halal Lamb and Chicken as their MealPal selections. Food is decent - nothing too special. The reason I come back is that this place, unlike other places that offer MealPal, does not skimp on the food. I always feel full after eating their meals. 3.5 stars, but round up because with MealPal, it's cheap. More...
G Street staff was very accommodating. They were friendly and welcoming. We had spaghetti and meatballs and chicken parm. Both dishes were very good.
Could not find my food after they set it on the table. When I finally found it I quite enjoyed it, because it was fairly priced and pretty blue.
Excellent chicken bahn mi sandwich. Food is great, lots of places to sit, great for lunch.
Bland atmosphere, but simple clean place. Just had a bagel BLT and coffee, which were both very good. Not a destination place, but if you are in that area and looking for a place to eat breakfast, I'd recommend it. Heads up, they don't serve decaf coffee. More...
Wanted a quick bite to eat after a long week in DC and heading back home on the plane. The steakhouse next door recommended this place for great salads. I purchased the small Vietnamese salad which was suggested by the cashier, so I got a small one.The salad was great and flavorful. I had a side of lemon and oil salad dressing, as well as, the Asian salad dressing which gave the salad more of a twist. For me the small was just enough. I believe they have the sizes. The small salad with an apple juice was about $10 but since I was hungry, and wanted something quick before I got on the Metro for my flight this hit the spot. More...
3.5 stars is exactly right, yelp. I am rounding up because it's Friday!I ordered a broccoli and ham omelet with wheat toast with an americano. $10--par for the course for downtown I suppose. They were out of soy milk which was a disappointment, and wanted an extra $0.25 for hot sauce after I'd paid but relented when I told them I only had a credit card.Omelet was good but not great, not a ton of flavor. Toast tasted like something you would get at the supermarket.Also what's up with serving smuckers where the first ingredient is HFCS?I remember a lunch here I had a long time ago being much better than today's breakfast, so I would definitely come back for lunch, but probably not for breakfast. More...
I stop in to G Street from time to time for weekday breakfast. It's a perfect grab and go spot on my way to work. They are always quick and reasonable priced. My go to is the lox bagel and it's always delicious. However, the staff could be a little more friendly. More...
I love the place . They have really tasty cheesesteaks.
This is a co-worker favorite. Fast, and always good!
Good spot for lunch. Good food fast service.
Berend van Roijen
Quick food and ample seating. Try the Japanese Curry. Prices are ok for DC but not a special bargain.
The best parmasian chicken in the world
Good food and good variety, also the fries add-on option is great. But you'll hardly leave the place without spending at least $10.
Soooooo good :)
Stephen Lee Davis
Since moving offices over to 15th Street from a few blocks away, G Street has become the nearest go-to place for lunch, and it's a delicious joint with a wide range of good stuff to eat. Service is pretty efficient, though everything is made to order separately so it can often take ten minutes to get your food, but it comes fresh and hot and there's always a ton of it. The kentucky chicken sandwich, the banh mi, and the cheesesteaks are all delicious and usually more than I can eat. For another 3 bucks over a Potbelly's sandwich, it's well worth it. One of the better K Street/Golden Triangle counter serve lunch places for sure. There's a lot of space to eat inside but it can get crowded and it's usually pretty loud at its peak. It also has terrific sidewalk seating that's in the shade after about 1pm in the summer. More...
Ate here as a large group visiting the area and they were well prepared for us and had excellent service!
Juan Pablo Arias
Great food, food truck menu with the convenience of an operational restaurant with a cool setting
Good atmosphere, good sandwiches, good wifi. They did make a few errors with preparing the orders but they fixed them.
Great for lunch
Stopped by for breakfast during a vacation trip to D.C. Variety of choices and everything was freshly prepared and good. Reasonable prices.
japanese curry was great. tons of food and great quality
Get the Japanese Curry Rice! I feel so full and great after eating this. The curry is a combination of carrots, potatoes, chicken, onions, and chock full of taste. If you want more meat, you can get the Katsu curry but the Japanese curry rice already has plenty of chicken! I love the simplicity of the dish and even during peak lunch hour, I have never had to wait longer than 5 min for my food. They are fast and quick.The pricing of the food is fair. I paid I think about $11 for the Japanese Curry Rice and with the portion size my friend was able to make it her lunch and dinner. Good food for a good price. More...
I've only gotten breakfast here, but it is good. Their breakfast sandwiches are very good. The donuts are just alright, and the prices are reasonable too. The service has always been prompt and friendly. So, I do recommend this place for breakfast. More...
I got chicken salad sandwich today. Fresh and delicious. It was great as always. The baguette was awesome! I think gstreet's baguette is the best in the east coast. :) so yammy~
I work a block away and this is my go-to lunch spot. I've literally never had a bad meal and most of the time, they last me at least 2 lunches worth. They are extremely quick and reasonably priced for the massive amount of food you get. Along with the tasty lunch, I am always greeted by a polite and efficient register-person. Their Japanese curry is my favorite thing and I've definitely eaten it multiple days in a row for lunch (no shame!). This is my favorite work-day lunch spot in DC! More...
It is a nice lunch place.. I ate the Chicken Chemoula. My first time trying this sandwich. It was pretty good. It is a toasted baguette with chicken breast chunks tomato relish and like a green sauce. Great buffet eat.
It's so good!!!!
This is one of my go to places for lunch. The price is very reasonable and the food is made fresh when you order it. My favorite? Bulgogi Kimchi Quesadilla.
This place is awesome. Had the Japanese Curry Rice and it was pretty good. Decent amount for the price and didn't wait too long either. Nice seating area too. Will go again More...
Having grown up overseas, I love this international cafeteria. The food is simple, but diverse. I recommend the Bahn Mi sandwich and a donut (the best I've had in DC).
Quick, easy and everything is reliably tasty. The grilled checkerboard chermoula is a solid choice, as is the Kentucky
Traveled to DC recently for a few weeks and tried this place out (because breakfast at the hotel was $30+ for eggs) and the food here is extremely fresh, low cost, and the people are really nice. A customer walked out with my food and they remade breakfast after their breakfast hours for me and offered to refund. Very nice people, it's my second day here and I'll be back until I leave. Best eggs I've had in a while. More...
Right across the street from my office. Good, consistent, high quality food. The turkey club is made with fresh sliced turkey, which is always a plus. Definitely a step up from your standard sandwich place. Bonus points for being easy to get in and out of quickly, if you happen to be in a hurry. More...
These guys provided a catered lunch this afternoon. Their menu selection greatly exceeds the selection offered by any other vendors that we have tried in DC area. If you are bored with the traditional box lunches, and breakfast platters provided by most vendors, you will definitely appreciate the variety G Street Food has to offer. The quality of food, as well as its presentation was great. Everything was absolutely delicious. We are very much looking forward to using their services again for our business meetings and other events. Thank you! More...
The Banh mi was amazing! Non-greasy and fresh vegetables. I love the spacious dining space and fast service!
Delicious global street inspired foods.They bake their bagels and English muffins. If you have never had a home made English muffin this alone is worth the visit. The English muffins must be cooked on a griddle as they have the unmistakable spongy texture of griddle cooked muffins. If you get the breakfast sandwich you will never go back for a chain food breakfast. More...
I've been here a few times now and figure I would give it a review. I've ordered the Asian Lettuce Wrap, Kimchi Bulgogi Quesadilla, Grilled Chicken Chermoula sandwich, and the Curry Chicken Salad. It's amazing! Great flavor, decent price, and really nice wall art. Definitely coming back to try more of the menu. More...
Good food, terrible service. On a dead Monday morning it took 15mins to get a cup of coffee, another 10mins for an omelet. Whoever is hiring the cashier needs to revisit the requirements, by the time I got my breakfast I had spent almost 30mins trying to grab a quick bite More...
Tried G Street Food the other day for the first time -- and I was so glad I did! I had the thai chicken satay and not only was it very tasty, it was prepared fresh and was a decent sized portion for the $8 + tax I paid for it! Very happy and I've already been back...and plan on being back again soon! Plenty of seating and a few outdoor tables for nice days More...
I have been a customer of G Street's since the time they had a place on 19th Street. I am glad that when I moved over to the 15th Street area for work, so did they. I consistently order the Halal Platter and am always very pleased with the quality of the meat, rice and salad. In fact, the Chicken Halal Platter is my go to comfort food. I have taken many friends here for lunch--and many of them have turned into regular customers.On my most recent trip I decided I had to try something else on the menu. I ordered the Katsu Curry Rice. It was an amazing amount of food and delicious. The Panko chicken-katsu was breaded perfectly and tender--and the rice, potato, carrot and onions were a perfect match over rice. There was so much food I made three meals out of it! At $11.25 that is great value for a real meal, let alone 3 in D.C. I am a customer that appreciates a menu that stays consistent, and very good. There is something about going to your favorite place and finding that you can always get what you came for. I would have definitely have given G Street five stars if there were a bit less noisome loud music being played, and if they would institute some sort of recycling program. More...
This place is amazing and is now super busy! The food selection is great from falafel and halal combos, to chicken quesadillas and curry. Everything they make is fresh, which accounts for the wait time. Per my original review, if you are in a rush, this might not be your go-to place, as they make everything to order, but if you don't mind waiting, you won't regret whatever you decide to order. The music is always current and the staff is always friendly. The only thing I would stay away from here is their desserts (as in pie or tarts), as every single dessert item I have had here has not been pleasant to my palate. Otherwise, come hungry (their portions are very large) and leave happy : ) More...
If you want big food portion, this is your place!I was introduced to this place by a co-worker couple weeks back and now finally got around to trying it. I got the Halal Platter - Combo (Chicken and Lamb) for about $10.50 including tax. The portion is huge! They give you a good amount of protein over a bed or rice and salad, topping all this off in a white yogurt sauce and red chili sauce.For me, the first few bites of the chicken tasted good (maybe because I was starving?), but after a couple bites I wasn't too big of a fan. The Lamb on the other hand is super tasty! It doesn't have that weird stench that you can sometime taste in lamb meat, which is great! With this huge portion, I'm set for both lunch and dinner today :).My co-workers also suggested the Japanese Curry Rice, she said it was really flavorful and filling. Might have to get that next time! I would recommend this place for a quick lunch pick up if you're in the area. They have a variety of things such as sandwiches and amazing looking salad options. Definitely go before the lunch rush because this place can get really packed. More...
I love G-Street food. I come in most weeks for their lox bagel sandwich- which is delicious and incredibly reasonably priced. Their kimchi quesadilla is also amazing for lunch. They successfuly incorporate a worldly range of cuisines and ingredients into their menu. The staff are also very welcoming and friendly. Their catering service is superb, and the catering manager is very pleasant to work with and everyone always enjoys their food. You can't go wrong with G-Street. More...
One of my favorite spots to go to for lunch. G street food has a variety of food cuisines. The price is great for the size of the food. I usually take left overs. I like their lamb plate a lot, and it is never too heavy or too greasy. It is definitely a staple at my office as well. The wait is never too long either. More...
I go here for the salads with toppings. The curry chicken is delish. A little bit overpriced for what it is, but the service is fast and it's consistently good. Will keep going back.
One of my go to lunch spots in D.C., I recommend the Kentucky or the BO Burger. I thought I'd lost them in the move, but the 15th Street location is a big upgrade.
*****This is a catering review*****The first time I used G Street for catering, they didn't have an actual catering department--and it showed. I should mention that they weren't terrible, but they weren't memorable either. I didn't think I would use them again until I got an email from Jen, the new catering director at G Street. She asked if she could stop by and talk about using them for catering needs. We met and she gave me some brochures and free donuts...nice :-). That was in 2013 and I still use them for catering. The members of my organization love the food (as staff as well) and the service is great. Jen is so flexible--I had some last minute meetings come up and she has been able to come through for me. I mostly order sandwiches but I think the fan favorites from their catering menu are the katsu curry and the Peruvian chicken with yucca. Also, they are always on time! If you are in downtown DC and need catering, you should consider G Street. More...
Overall great lunch spot. They have the best cubano in town though. When the pork isn't overcooked, it's perfection.
Perfect lunch spot. They are lightening quick and have a wide selection to please most people (vegan, thai, Japanese, burgers). I've gotten the quesadillas (delicious, hot, big portion) and the Turkey Club now. Good seating inside as well. A+! More...
One of the newest additions to the McPherson Square restaurants, G Street food is a welcome addition to the local sandwich scene. With a focus on international street food, G Street takes a variety of eats from a variety of cuisines to feed the hungry denizens of the local businesses.During breakfast they serve quick and easy egg sandwiches with a variety of additions (as well as some other breakfast options such as eggs/omelets) At lunch they offers a wider selection of sandwiches and other platters from all over. I have tried the Alpine Panini and the Ham and Brie -- both are super basic in concept (meat and cheese), but the magic they worked on the sandwich is what really sets this place apart. The sauteed onions provided a sweet accent that worked wonders with the salty prosciutto and cheese. I highly recommend giving G Street Food a shot -- with a wide selection of options and healthy portions you cant go wrong. More...
One of my favorite quick lunch sites! Banh Mi, Kimchi Quesadilla are definitely recommended. Katsu Curry Rice tastes good, but is a bit too much for lunch. Kentucky is good, but I can't say awesome, probably because I'm by nature an Asian food lover. More...
After I pointed out the undercooked vegetables, the owner, David, contacted me and apologized and informed me that he would let his cooks know, and he did just that. I have gone back for the Japanese curry rice twice now and thoroughly enjoyed my soft veggies in a yummy curry sauce. More...
Truly the best doughnuts in the area. Light, airy, chewy. Ignore the hyped over sugared versions and come here for your morning doughnut fix. Also, I love that the service in the morning is quick, versus in the afternoon, when the lines can get a little frustrating. More...
Boasting a fantastic array of sandwiches, salads, soups, and global "bowls", G Street foods is a great spot for lunch near McPhearson Square. Ordering and payment takes place at the front of the shop. Then, once you've ordered, proceed left to the appropriate counter, and they'll prepare your food for you.There are a good variety of sandwiches on offer-- everything from Banh Mi to cubanos as well as more American options. Sandwiches are made to order and so take a bit longer (especially if you're there around noon which is a prime ordering time.)The salads are enormous. Prepared salads are scooped on top of a bed of greens. The only choices you have to make are whether you'd prefer a small salad, if you want multiple types of prepared salad on your greens, and whether you'd prefer your dressing on the side. There are numerous gluten free and vegan options here and the designations are all on the menu. More...
This is my favorite lunch spot in DC and will run you the typical ~$10 with no add-ons. I've been going to the Foggy Bottom location since they opened in 2009, and now I frequent the 15th St location closer to work. I like the less chaotic ordering process better at the 15th st location - you go to one of the three cashiers, get a receipt with a number, and wait for your number at one of the three counters.The sandwiches are great in no small part because of the bread. The baguettes have that nice crunch with a light and slightly chewy interior, and the focaccia is well seasoned and flavorful. Even the bagels are pretty decent. My favorite sandwiches are the banh mi (I like the chicken slightly better), grilled chicken chermoula, and the mediterranean. Do check out the socca. It's probably my favorite item and I don't think you can get it anywhere else in DC. Better yet go with a friend and split a sandwich and the socca. More...
A definition of "DC Staple."Yes, we are becoming a foodie destination. Yes, DC has a lot of one of a kind food to offer. Yes, DC wants ambiance. G Street is not any of those things, and it's not trying to be. No, G Street is the place that has "a little bit of everything" for $10 or less for lunch. It's fast, it's casual, and it's a fantastic deal. Most of their salads last 2 meals, perfect for those staying downtown for classes at General Assembly or a picnic in one of the many squares. I go to G Street at least once a week. I'll see you there! More...
Great spot to grab some tasty lunch at reasonable prices. My go to is the Katsu curry rice. The katsu portion is pretty generous so to avoid food coma at work I would usually save half for another meal. This dish never fails to satisfy! The bulgogi kimchi quesadilla is good too. I only wish it had more kimchi in it. Skip the halal platters though, the flavors on that are confusing and they taste a lot more Asian.I usually do take out here but they have plenty of tables. Try to go before the lunch rush though because it gets really crowded. They also introduce new items on their menu on a regular basis. More...
I can't believe I haven't written a review sooner. G Street Food is the BEST lunch place in D.C. hands down! I go here every day (M-F) and have been for over 3 months. My go-to orders are the Kentucky, Chicken Banh Mi, Cubano, and the Asian Lettuce Wrap. The staff is very friendly, always greeting you with a smile and they're very efficient at moving the line. It's very crowded from 12:10-12:50 so try to avoid that timeframe. Go here! You will NOT be disappointed! G Street is closed on a couple of holidays so I had to go to 3 different places and the contrast is night and day, every other lunch spot (except maybe Phillips Gourmet on 14th st and Bub n Pops) will severely disappoint you after you've had G Street. More...
G Street Food has a very interesting menu. My fiancee and I split a couple of salads and were really happy with them.The food is very reasonably priced. There are definitely healthy options if you choose to have them.It is near my company's DC office and I will definitely be going back there. More...
I tried lox bagel for breakfast. Their sandwich and food quality is decent. Also I figured that G street food isn't that overpriced compared to average DC sandwich shop. I like the steadfast quality they provide and their food taste delicious. I also tried their Bo burger which seems pretty heavy for typical lunch but if you have a 1 cheat day per week for strict diet schedule, I'd go for it rather than going some other place during dinner. This place does get busy during lunch so if you plan to dine at the place, consider taking a friend or two to grab tables. More...
I went here for lunch. It was really good. I had the kimichi quesadilla with chicken instead of bulgogi. I was a little hesitant but it turned out to be pretty delicious. It was a nice big portion with tons of meat! It was a little greasy. I was super full and didn't even finish it. Would definitely suggest trying it out. More...
I eat here almost everyday, not because my office is right upstairs, but because the quality of the food is great! It's fantastic food given the price you pay. Most dishes are below $8. My favorites are the Japanese curry rice and the halal lamb platter. Both are to die for! Especially given the price. Portions are generous and the food is served quickly. The staff is friendly and the owner David Choi is very hands on. He talks to the customers and is often seen working the cash registrar. I wish David and his team all the best and encourage people in the area to try out this wonderful eatery! Oh and the banh mi sandwich is really good too. More...
Excellent sandwiches. Tons of meaty pork with procuitto in the Cubano on crusty home-made baguette. Not your traditional cubano but very very good.
super fast at lunch and great flavors.
Perfect place for a quick lunch. The food is good and healthy and if you check online before going on you xSn find out which foods are gluten free before you go in. For my fellow glutards out there I would recommend the chicken satay and lettuce wraps. So flavorful and the prices are reasonable. You definitely get a good amount of food for that area. More...
Bulgogi Kimchi Quesadilla $8 (5/5 NOMs)Super fusion mode activate! Excited to try some unique quesadillas at this new location for Asian, Hispanic, American fusion place in McPerson Square, DC. They came up with an ultimate fusion dish that combines together the spiciness of homemade kimchi, meaty goodness of bulgogi, and gooey goodness Mexican four cheese blent. All that in quesadilla form. Served with a side of some nomnom guacamole. No wonder this is one of their most popular lunch orders. You should really check it out. Banh Mi $9 (5/5 NOMs)You had me at first bite. Super excited to try Vietnamese sandwich at this new location for Asian, Hispanic, American fusion place in McPerson Square, DC. Get ready to taste something like you've never tasted before. Such a unique sandwich that no wonder this is one of their most popular items. There is so much flavor that at first bite in your taste buds get amazed. So amazed you just have to take another and another bite. So carefully crafted this could be one of the best Banh Mi sandwiches in town with perfect combination of Roasted Pork, Prosciutto, Pickled Vegetables, Jalapeños and Mayo. Served on very soft in housed backed baguette bread. Check out their other locations in Dupont and near White House. More...
I've been to other G St. Food locations many times. However, 15th St. is bit too far, so never really had the chance to try this place out until yesterday. Restaurant decor/ambiance seemed to be pretty much in line with the older branches. They have their own theme going on. This place looked more updated and spacious in general. Love the creative wall art and motif! Ordering wasn't too hectic even with the lunch rush crowd. I'm used to this by now anyway. Staff was very friendly and efficient.. I couldn't make up my mind and almost ordered the Cubano, but stuck to my favorite Kentucky sandwich. I got fries too of course. Sandwich was delicious as usual. Bread was soft and chewy, and the chicken was very well seasoned and marinated. I almost had the urge to ask for the recipe. It's really that good. But I wish the fries were bit more crispy, but not a major issue. Walked out of the restaurant full and happy. I can always come to G St. Food know exactly what to expect. That's what brings me back here all the time. More...
I did not expect much from a restaurant called G Street Food, but this place was great. I had a salad it was a decent size and the toppings were great. I had the tomato feta & cucumbers, it was mixed with some kind of oil dressing, so I did not need anything else on it. It came with a fresh wheat roll. The place is clean and the employees were very helpful. I'm going to stop by there tomorrow if I'm still here. More...
Came here with co-workers. Everyone liked their sandwiches. They have a great selection of different types of food. I ordered the bulgogi kimchi quesadilla and absolutely recommend it. Service was pretty quick despite the large lunch crowd. Overall, great place for lunch with a sandwich for everyone. I would go here again. More...
Good value. You can get out of here with a filling, fresh, tasty work lunch for under $10. I got a Halal Chicken Plate that I thought was really good. Came with a ton of flavorful chicken, rice, and salad, with a spicy hot sauce and yogurt dressing. I'd definitely get it again. I think with tax it was under $8. Better deal than a lot of the food trucks!The salad setup is interesting. You can get a small or large, which is the container size. Then you choose from several prepared salads they have, which they give you a giant scoop of over greens. Filling, fresh, and nice variety.The sandwiches look good but I haven't had one yet. I'm sure the "Cuban" sandwich, with its prosciutto and jalapeno slices, is delicious-- even though it is a creative interpretation of a Cuban sandwich. Inauthentic Cuban sandwiches are a personal pet peeve so I'll spare you the critique. Suffice it to say, it sounds tasty, I just wish they wouldn't fuel common misconceptions by putting jalapenos on purportedly Cuban foods. OK, tangent/rant is over.Bottom line, I like G Street Food and it's a way more interesting option than Corner Bakery or Pret, and probably cheaper, too. More...
THANK GOD THIS PLACE FINALLY OPENED!i work across the street and i've been waiting for months. the line gets long, but moves quickly. all the food is delcious and service is great!so far i've had the asian lettuce wraps & the thai tuna salad on saj -- all delcious! can't wait to keep on trying everything this place has to offer. love the variety on the menu! More...
I went back to this place and had a come-to-Jesus moment after hearing another diner rave about how delicious the Banh Mi was. I ordered the chicken Banh Mi and it was fantastic. I've never had Banh Mi before, so I can't attest to its authenticity, but everything was fresh and perfectly seasoned. The bread was amazing, and the portion size (for 8.00) was huge. This time, the only downside was that it took awhile to get the food but it definitely wasn't an inordinate amount of time, and the wait was well-worth it. The customer service seems to have improved as well. Everyone was pretty friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Hopefully, everything here is as good as the Bahn-Mi. I'll be back to try other items on the extensive menu. More...
I ordered the cubano...it was soooooo good! It's not a real cubano but a nice little twist on a cubano. If you like spicy food, then you will consider this to be pretty good because it has pickled jalapenos. It's a nice little restaurant, a little confusing when I went for lunch though but there was someone there to direct the traffic so it worked. I will definitely go back. More...
I decided that today was the day to give them another try. I'm happy that I did. They worked out their service kinks and had the sandwich that I wanted. I got the banh mi and it was fantastic. The size of the sandwich for the price was spot on. A good value for a good lunch downtown. The fries were really good too. The only issue I had was that now I want more. I see G St doing well for a long time to come. I'm going to go back next week and try another sandwich. More...
The Food is amazing and The Barista guy Marlon made the best Latte ever I'm definitely recommending this place to all my friends...Marlon is very friendly and makes u enjoy your experience at G st! #thumbsup! More...
My experience at G Street was amazing. The food was on point. I was a little hesitant to try out the dishes on the dinner menu because they seemed exotic and just out of the ordinary but they were delicious. I would highly recommend the singapore crabs and the rabbit dumplings. More...
In a great location and fun atmosphere. They had interesting selections like Singaporean crabs to kalbi jjim. A great place to try new dishes that can be shared with 3 or 4 people.
I came here for dinner with a handful of my friends for the first time and it was wonderful! The entrees we shared were, to my surprise, very diverse and unique. I loved the concept of serving popular street dishes as gourmet food! More...
I love the atmosphere here. Upholds the standard I expect from G Street Food. Serving staff were wonderful and the kitchen staff were clearly hard at work. I love the food here and it's one of my favorite spots to go to for lunch during work or even for a nice dinner with friends and family. Highly recommend their gourmet corndogs which go above and beyond whatever you may expect from a "corndog." Singapore Chile Crab and the Kale & Pulled Pork are one of my favorite shares with friends. If you've never tried Rabbit meat, then be sure to try it for your first time here because it will not disappoint - delicious. The quesadillas and paninis are my favorite lunch options when looking for a quick but delicious eat.I'm glad G Street Food decided to open up this new, convenient location. More...
I came here for the first time with a relatively large group (13 of us total) and can definitely say I will be coming back for more. We were seated promptly and the service was always courteous and fast. Not to mention, I love the 'global street-food' theme and the restaurant's casual but simple and classy decor.For starters, we ordered the Carpaccio and Corn Dogs. I have never had raw meat prior to eating the Carpaccio so I was a bit wary but contrary to my expectations, the meat was very thin, tender and delicious - almost melted in my mouth! The Corn Dogs were the real surprise however: we all expected your regular hotdog-corndogs but instead of the cheap, slim, mundane hotdog, the meat was a thick Italian sausage bursting with flavor that, combined with the slight crunch of the cornmeal batter, really completed the experience.Since we were a large group, we ordered the following dishes to share: the Singapore Chili Crab, Rabbit & Dumplings, and the Pulled Pork & Crispy Kale.I will admit, having eaten the Singapore Chili Crab dish in Singapore, I was skeptical that the dish at G Street would live up to my expectations. Though I did miss having my mantou buns along with it as the dish here was served instead with noodles, the chili and crabs were just the way I liked it: spicy and rich in flavor. The Rabbit & Dumplings dish was more mild in terms of flavor. The rabbit meat was tender, which I very much appreciated. The soft, moist dumplings complemented the meat nicely.For the Pulled Pork & Crispy Kale dish, as someone who dislikes pulled pork in general, I enjoyed this dish. The kale wasn't too salty or too sweet as is most often the case at restaurants, and crisped to perfection. I hope to return soon, next time, for the banh mi! More...
Yay! I'm a fan, indeed.I really don't have much to complain about G Street Food. It's in my building. The only way it could be more convenient is if it were on the same floor of my building. So that's a star right there. Hooray for convenience!It's still in its opening stages, and definitely working out some kinks. The fact that there were three registers open was definitely not clear, and there were several confusing iterations of lines, with people who were frantically searching for the few menus that were being passed around. Prices are on-point, especially for the amount of food you get.I got the Asian Lettuce Wrap, which was a lot more food than I had anticipated, and it was fantastic. I also ordered the house salad for $1 more, and honestly? It was great. A $1 cup of lettuce with this remarkably crisp and citrus-y dressing. Awesome. No complaints there!The beau had the chicken quesadilla, which he was very happy with, and my coworker had the turkey panini, which he said was fab. Some weirdness in the picking up your food process, but I hope they'll get that smoothed out. It might honestly be worthwhile to give people number cards to take to tables -- there were 20+ people standing around, waiting for their food, and it was a big confusing. Kitchen staff was working their butts off, and doing a solid job with the food. If they can get the processes down, this could easily be a five-star lunch spot! More...
New G street food 3rd restaurant opened!They served for dinner and brunch also. I tried weekend brunch menu. It was really unique american menu but it was really tasty and delicious! We ordered french toast Benedict, fried chicken caesar salad and Mexican breakfast. It was really good! We also had really good white wine 'hidden crush' and sangria.!!:) G street food is really cute spot for weekend brunch! More...