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Siroc

202-628-2220  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 915 15th St NW, McPherson Square, Washington, DC 20005

CUISINE: Mediterranean, Italian, Charcuterie

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Local favorite Siroc features Italian and Mediterranean dishes such as house-made spicy lamb sausages, squid ink capellini, and veal osso buco.

Beer and wine available. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner nightly. From OpenTable and the restaurant:
"Chef Martin Lackovic, formerly of Galileo, I Matti and The Caucus Room, opens Siroc Restaurant on McPherson Square with brothers Keram and Mehdi Dris, who run the front of the house. Siroc's seasonal menu features cooking inspired by Italy and the Mediterranean with housemade pastas, charcuterie, salads and entrées. The new restaurant takes its name from a wind that blows from northern Africa to Italy and the Mediterranean."

"One can eat very well on the low and the high rungs of the price scale in the Washington area. What's missing from the scene are more restaurants that allow people to dine memorably somewhere in the middle. That makes Siroc such a find." 
— Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post, May 3, 2009 (two and a half stars)

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Local favorite Siroc features Italian and Mediterranean dishes such as house-made spicy lamb sausages, squid ink capellini, and veal osso buco.





 
From OpenTable and the restaurant:
"Chef Martin Lackovic, formerly of Galileo, I Matti and The Caucus Room, opens Siroc Restaurant on McPherson Square with brothers Keram and Mehdi Dris, who run the front of the house. Siroc's seasonal menu features cooking inspired by Italy and the Mediterranean with housemade pastas, charcuterie, salads and entrées. The new restaurant takes its name from a wind that blows from northern Africa to Italy and the Mediterranean."

"One can eat very well on the low and the high rungs of the price scale in the Washington area. What's missing from the scene are more restaurants that allow people to dine memorably somewhere in the middle. That makes Siroc such a find." 
— Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post, May 3, 2009 (two and a half stars)
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Beer and wine available. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner nightly.

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