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Maketto



1351 H Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

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(202) 838-9972

Hours

  • Sunday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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4.8 of 5.0 from 50 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Maketto Reviews

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  • Sophia JMaketto fried chicken was amazing! The skin has the tongue-tingling spiciness of Sichuan peppercorns, which I love. Cambodian ground pork curry was great too.

    55555 by Sophia J


  • BrittanyDim sum starts at 11:30 on Sundays - get there at 11 if you want a table. The food was awesome but they had some issues getting it out of the kitchen. Try the Brussels sprouts and Bloody Mary!

    55555 by Brittany


  • EaterThis combination cafe, restaurant, clothing store has an upstairs cafe with a rotating selection of savory options like the popular croissant with house-smoked salmon.

    55555 by Eater


  • Irma Z.Super cool spot. Multi-faceted - food, clothes, drinks

    55555 by Irma Z.


  • Nadia RFlat white is quite good here and the place is awesome!

    55555 by Nadia R


  • EaterThe unique design, combining indoor/outdoor spaces and restaurant with retail, provides a home for an addictive dim sum brunch and beloved dishes like Taiwanese fried chicken.

    55555 by Eater


  • Bobby T.Must get the maketto fried chicken! It's a big portion so share!

    55555 by Bobby T.


  • karen TThe guys who work here are so chill

    55555 by karen T


  • Lindsay BGet the pork bao, the lo mein, and the wok-fried noodles. Cocktails are good too.

    55555 by Lindsay B


  • Bitches Who B.Maketto is a hipster Mecca but the Vietnamese and Cambodian influenced dim sum boasts a dynamite char bao bun and the best fried chicken we had all year.

    55555 by Bitches Who B.


  • Bon Appetit MagazineIt’s like a little bit of Tokyo landed on H Street. Browse the shop while you wait for your table, or just grab a cup of coffee made from house-roasted beans on the second floor.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Alex S.Stuff from the rooftop bar next door (5-6 floors up) sometimes gets knocked over and falls into the outdoor courtyard part. A falling ashtray almost cracked my head open. Lawsuit waiting to happen👎🏼

    33333 by Alex S.


  • Ray H.Upstairs cafe offers great coffee, as well as a place to chill and get some work done. Try the ham and scallion biscuit for breakfast.

    55555 by Ray H.


  • Tryumph Love this place!

    55555 by Tryumph


  • Stéphane E. BThe best croissants in DC! As buttery as they are supposed to be. Even better than many places in Paris...(trust a French guy who bake his own bread!) 😉 The moccha buns are great too!

    55555 by Stéphane E. B


  • Leandro L.Coffee. Buns. Great dinner. But if you're just stopping by, simply enjoy the space and those friggin' addictive Chinese Doughnuts

    55555 by Leandro L.


  • Kat Y.Wok fried noodles, braised beef and fried egg, egg custard

    55555 by Kat Y.


  • Aaron L.Don't leave without checking out the vending machine outside on the second floor. There is a refill on the drip coffee.

    33333 by Aaron L.


  • Nicole TsengThat chicken num pang sandwich 😍

    55555 by Nicole Tseng


  • Rachel AWhat a unique place! It's a clothes store in front, restaurant in back. The food is incredibly well prepared and combines interesting flavors. The leek buns were my favorite!

    55555 by Rachel A


  • Roxanne EEveryone talks about the Fried Chicken, but having been 3 times now, it was one of my least favorite dishes I tried. Don't get me wrong, it's delicious, but being adventurous rewards you even more!

    55555 by Roxanne E


  • Neville E.Try the Bao's you will like them. The Maketto Chicken is very good. Ask them to go light on the house sauce it is sweet.

    55555 by Neville E.


  • Behrad B.Taiwanese Braised Pork Belly just melts in your mouth! Soy-braised Berkshire pork belly w/ fermented mustard greens.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Behrad B.Don't leave without ordering the Taiwanese Fried Chicken and Bread made with organic chicken, five spice caramel, & housemade bread loaf.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Behrad B.The crispy gruyere dumplings with spicy braised beef and mustard greens are a great starter for the table.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Behrad B.For the heat-seekers out there, get the Spicy Laab over Bone Marrow consisting of mixed herbs, ground pork, chilis, & beef bone.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Behrad B.Pork Steamed Bao with seasoned hoisin is a must!

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Behrad B.The Painted Hills Ribeye Bao Platter is a amazing dish! Free-range ribeye cooked to perfection, steamed buns, & local vegetables.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Alyssa HCozy place to meet a friend for coffee of ramen! I love their chai lattes

    55555 by Alyssa H


  • Tessa MernaAwesome restaurant and concept! Erik Bruner-Yang is a DC treasure. You have to go here, you will not regret it!

    55555 by Tessa Merna


  • Byron W.Words can hardly describe how good my experience was here. Sit at the chef's counter. Get the whole fish and marrow. Savor in victory and relish in the flawless fusion of two great Asian cuisines.

    55555 by Byron W.


  • Adam H.For two people, they recommend two small plates and one large one. Or four small plates.

    33333 by Adam H.


  • Al F.Get the fried chicken. The man makes a pretty strong bird.

    55555 by Al F.


  • Ernie JSecond floor has great coffee and an even better environment for getting stuff done.

    55555 by Ernie J


  • TanishaLa Ferla Nero d'Avalo and the Taiwanese Fried Chicken (and bread) were my post yoga delight. Perfectly imperfect.

    55555 by Tanisha


  • JoshuaA nice retail space with a coffee shop nested in the back of the top floor and great food hidden in the back of the first floor. Probably the most brooklyn shop in dc. Worth a visit for sure.

    55555 by Joshua


  • Ernie JCome for the coffee, stay for the bao.

    55555 by Ernie J


  • Beth S.Ginsberg from Mad Men was here. Nipples intact.

    33333 by Beth S.


  • Taylor M.Best tartar ever (super spicy)

    55555 by Taylor M.


  • Robert GCoffee, fried chicken and amazing Asian food

    55555 by Robert G


  • Carsten GGreat design, one of the nicest places to sit outside and really good coffee

    55555 by Carsten G


  • Scott F.The height of hip. In DC. Who knew?

    55555 by Scott F.


  • Daniel W.Cool concept - restaurant, cafe, and shoe shop. Food was not amazing for the price, it was just okay. Service was slow but staff was friendly. Seems like it's be great for coffee, though.

    55555 by Daniel W.


  • Eric B.Very, very hard to describe Maketto. Come in for a nice pair of shoes and a great cup of coffee.

    55555 by Eric B.


  • John S.Obnoxiously long waits. The fish, the bao, the Taiwanese chicken and the sausage are the best options hands down. Avoid the scallion pancakes.

    55555 by John S.


  • AbGreat food: the whole fish wins. The fried noodles were my favorite though!

    55555 by Ab


  • Naa RFried chicken and veggie puffs

    55555 by Naa R


  • Tyler C.Great third wave coffee shop in a sweet space! Large tables, outside area, Asian restaurant, and 2 bars! this place is the pinnacle of H street.

    55555 by Tyler C.


  • Jessica PlacenciaLilly is the best server!

    55555 by Jessica Placencia


  • Robert GGreat space , great food, great staff. Highly recommend !

    55555 by Robert G


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