There’s a lot of pad see ew in this city, and we’ve found the one that makes us want to stop eating it everywhere else. It’s at Kin Dee, a bright corner restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves flavorful curries, stir fry, crunchy sweet and sour chicken wings, and avocado fresh rolls - if eating vegetables is something you care about. Everything tastes incredibly fresh, and the staff is very friendly. It all makes for a fantastic lunch or casual dinner.
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