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Besides The Yards Park, visit Albi in the vicinity. The Lebanese cuisine attracts guests looking for a new experience. Clients can order perfectly cooked hummus, lamb kabobs and yellowfin tuna at this restaurant. You will be offered such food as tasty knafeh, biscuits and ice cream, don't hesitate to try them. At Albi, visitors may try good wine, negroni or bourbon. Drink the delicious coffee, tea or juice offered here.

Invite your girlfriend to this place with a wonderful atmosphere. The patient staff at this spot can show how much they appreciate their customers. Prices are affordable for the quality you receive. A number of reviewers highlight that the lovely decor inside is attractive. It's a Michelin one-star restaurant, this award is usually given for providing great food.

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A MICHELIN star: cuisine of great finesse. Worth the step!
Good standard.

This Navy Yard denizen is hip and lively. Arranged around a roaring hearth, the space features an inviting bar at one end and chef's counter at the other.Albi is a sterling example of open-fire cooking at its best. À la carte is one way to go, but guests may just do better with the hyper-seasonal prix-fixe... More info

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Sam Bagley Request content removal
The best meal I have ever had. Had the tasting menu for my birthday and it was unbelievable.
G Bate Request content removal
Amazing food and service. Patrick, our server, was relaxed, friendly, and knowledgable, just the right amout of friendly and professionalism. Kenny, the somonalier, so engaged in his pairings. This was the best pairing ever, both food and wine were enhanced because of his expertise. Service: Dine in Meal type: Dinner Price per person: $100+ Food: 5 Service: 5 Atmosphere: 5
Iris Peng Request content removal
most restaurants have some dishes that are the star of the show and others that are more in the shadow. but every dish we tried at albi could steal the spotlight at another restaurant. just when i thought the food couldn't get any better, it did--my widened eyes reflected the gustatory delight of my tastebuds, i was at a loss for words by the end. • started off with mango marinated napa cabbage and olives. both were packed with flavor despite their small sizes. the olives were especially piquant, and together with the napa, covered a duality if flavor profiles. • kibbeh naya: my first time trying this style of a dish, and in such a playful way with the diy lettuce cups. although i think there were too many vegetables and a bit of a simpler dish would've been better to bring out the yellowfish more. • coal-fired mushroom hummus: when the pita came out, my mouth genuinely dropped at how soft and fresh and warm the pita was. the hummus was silky smooth and the black garlic mushrooms was a sultry umami that the rich yolk cut into splendidly. however, i wish there was some sort of incubator that could keep the pita warm. • little gem lettuces: not at all like i was expecting. another eye-widening moment. so many flavors and textures to unpack with this one, creating a complex almost taco-like biting experience. • prawns grilled over coals: my second favorite dish after the lamb. a must order mezze. the shrimp was juicy and large and packed with so much flavor. the garnish was appreciated but honestly not necessary considering the tangy spiciness of the actual meat. • Bbq’d lamb kebobs: genuinely life-changing. first of all, the presentation was incredible. not dainty like most fine dining, but rather wild and natural—like a fallen log in a forest clearing. the moment i bit into the succulent lamb and it melted in my mouth, i knew that this was a once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience. it was the moment i understood all the hype about Albi. (the actual kebobs i felt could benefit from a crunch factor.) • labne soft serve: i can never skimp on dessert and i don’t regret this one bit. probably the best soft serve i’ve had in the US in terms of texture and richness and level of sweetness. not at all icey and the salt contrasted through very well with the milky flavor. overall, while each individual dish were outstanding standalone, altogether they formed a cohesive meal that covered all the flavor profiles, textures, eating styles, and cooking techniques, reflecting the versatility and creativity of the menu and the talent of the chefs. Food: 5 Service: 5 Atmosphere: 5
Lebanese, Middle Eastern, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 5PM
$$$$ Price range per person $15 - $150
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1346 4th St SE, 20003
Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Navy Yard–Ballpark
Address
Navy Yard–Ballpark
1346 4th St SE, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, 20003
Features
Takeaway Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Parking Booking Delivery Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 5PM-10PM
WednesdayWed 5PM-10PM
ThursdayThu 5PM-10PM
FridayFri 5PM-10PM
SaturdaySat 5PM-10PM
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@albiwashdc

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