Jaleo: the best tapas in the city

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Jaleo: the best tapas in the city

Snack as you feel, picking among various tapas, these typically Spanish small dishes.

The Washington institution that introduced tapas to local residents more than 20 years ago…

The owner and chef, José Andrés, a native of Asturias, is a star he even accompanied Barack Obama to a summit in Nairobi in 2015, where he met with African leaders. Located in the vibrant Penn Quarter, Jaleo has been adopted by a youthful, relaxed clientele that includes many tourists.

The menu offers traditional Spanish dishes, such as crispy slices of bread grated with fresh tomato, the essential gazpacho – tomato-based soup with cucumber, peppers and white bread – or the famous paella, served with rice. You can also choose among various smoked Iberian meats, and for dessert an olive oil and grapefruit ice cream or a large selection of homemade sorbets. You won't be disappointed!

Jaleo
480 7th St NW
Washington DC 20004

+1 202 628 7949

www.jaleo.com

Menu: around 55 USD