East Street Cafe

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  • Address: 50 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20002, USA, Washington D. C., United States
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  • Phone: +1-2023716788
  • Tags: Food And Drinks

The East Street Cafe is an Asian casual bistro located within the Union Station complex. While watching the swarm people running to and fro for catching train, you can enjoy quick bites like East St. Fried Calamari, Tempura, Gyoza, Crab Wonton and Fresh Summer Roll. The specialties of East Street Cafe are the freshly squeezed juices, Thai Iced Tea and Coffee, Hot and Iced Tea, Coke, Lemonade and Ginger Ale. Tom Kha Noodle Soup, Curry Laksa Noodle Soup and Nabeyaki Udon Noodle Soup are also great items to satiate your taste buds along with the salads, pork and beef varieties, seafood, curries and specialty fried rice.

How to Reach East Street Cafe

  • Trains Acela Express, Capitol Limited, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, MARC, Northeast Regional, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter to stop : Union Station
  • Metro Service Red to stop : Union Station
  • Bus Washington Deluxe to stop : Columbus Circle, Union Station

  • East Street Cafe Address: 50 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20002, USA, Washington D. C., United States
  • East Street Cafe Contact Number: +1-2023716788
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  • 50% of people start their East Street Cafe visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see East Street Cafe

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting East Street Cafe

People normally also visit Chinatown Garden while planning their trip to East Street Cafe.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

East Street Cafe Reviews & Ratings

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  • Not bad, definitely better quality than the other Asian cuisine options in Union Station, but with a higher price to match. I had the Singapore Noodles (chicken, shrimp, veggies, and curry) and it was quite tasty. It was also a huge portion. Not the best I've had but it was satisfying and enjoyable. I had the crispy Shanghai rolls and steamed gyoza as well, both were excellent and my favorite part of the meal. Good stuff, I'd come back.

  • Absolutely terrible food. The Tom Yum was very salty. The Panang Curry Chicken was super thick and gooey. The only thing good was the lemonade. I will never make this mistake again.

  • Had shrimp tempura appetizer.....very well done - nice crispy and dry coating - more veggies than shrimp but still, for the price, well worth it. Entree was Pancit noodles from the Philippines - tasty but a little generic in the spice category. Good drinks and excellent service and the price was right. Recommended. Would go again to try other dishes for sure.

  • The food was terrific. We even loved the thai ice tea. It was our first time trying it and now we are addicted to them. Highly recommend this resturant .

  • Quick lunchtime service. Good inexpensive food.

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