Our last evening in Washington DC, we realized that we had no idea what to eat for dinner. After some chit chat, we realized that we both had a craving for Thai food. A few Google searches later and we had decided on Thai Tanic, a little place in the nearby neighborhood of Logan Circle.
Located in the 14th street corridors, we enjoyed the local flavor that the neighborhood offered. We chose a seat by the window where we could people watch as residents went about their weekend errands.
Matt started out with a Thai iced tea. I didn't order one for myself, but I tasted his and had to restrain myself from sucking down the entire glass. Mmmm..
The restaurant is dim and cozy. We arrived at an odd time - between lunch and dinner - so there were only a few other tables occupied.
I ordered Pa Ram Long Song and it was very tasty - tons of flavor and spice, and the meat and veggies were cooked to perfection. The sauce was soo delicious!
Matt ordered a classic yellow curry, and it was also delectable.
Don't you love when a randomly chosen restaurant ends up being a really great meal? We were 100% happy with our dinner at Thaitanic and the late afternoon walk back to our hotel through Logan Circle.
I love it's name too- what a sense of humor!