This Pearl Dive Oyster Palace restaurant located in the center of Washington, their environment and service are first-class, and the seafood feast is really good.
I came here to eat lobster, but I was a little disappointed, the price was quite expensive, but the lobster was very small, and it was served with a corn, the taste was average, the steak was not big, and I was full of fries.
The special lobster salad is excellent. Served with big cheesy garlic bread and corn muffins. The choice of oysters is diverse, the chef chooses 6, they praised, 3 sauces. Very good performance. The tortillas are very popular. BBQ shrimp is good, but spice, no spice. Caught in the bread, after soaking, stay by your side. Excellent wine and beverage selection. Very good lime pie.
The comfort food especially the Brunch of Pearl Diving. First of all, the staff is kind and attentive. Bruch is the most sacred: Baztown DerbyBuffalo Ruins Bourbon, grapefruit, lemon, orange blossom honey Salad Creamy pepper sauce, vegetable market, popcorn crayfish French sausage cookerHouse white sausage, paprika, pepper, Cabot Cheddar, two single-sided fried eggs farm, crispy fish Fragrant Potatoes Cheese pie with pear sauce, maple anglaise, butter rum caramel delicious!
The first stop for dinner in DC, Pearl Diving was a perfect way to start my week! That place was very lively on weekends, but we managed to get some seats by the bar. The space is warm and comfortable, with a nautical theme (obviously). We ordered half a dozen fresh oysters, mussels and wood-baked oysters, and a pearl cup washed it all. Everything is wonderful. The oysters are fresh, and the grilled oysters are made with chili oil and gremolata. The mussels are cooked in a delicious sauce, and the pearl cup is very refreshing. Although this place is crowded and the price is reasonable, the service is very good. Be sure to give it a try!