Chef Monis putting the final touch on a dish at Dupont’s Little Serow
For years I’ve longed for the ability to dine at world renown chef Johnny Monis’ Komi. It’s consistently haunted me from atop the Washingtonian Top 100 list, but being a man of only moderate means the $150 prix fixe menu has kept me at bay. Recently, however, Monis has expanded and opened a new restaurant right next door. Little Serow strays from the Mediterranian fare that Monis has made his mark with and instead focuses on the fiery flavors of Northern Thailand and Laos.
And I am pleased to say that for $45 dollars, I may have eaten the best meal I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying in Washington D.C.
The first thing you need to know about Little Serow is that