Restaurant type: Meat Hechsher from: Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington Kashrut level: kosher Mashgiah: please send us an update
Number of seats: 80
This kosher restaurant is located in and serves lunch and dinner. Menu includes various kinds of meat, fish, cold and hot appetizers and salads.
"AMAZING DINNER" Posted on 2010-04-28 15:12:27 by Tova Comment: My husband and I came to the Pomegranate Bistro last night for an evening without the kids. When we came in we were instantly greeted by a friendly hostess who took us to our table. Although the restaurant was crowded, our server, Yoni, took the time to help us decide. His suggestions and friendliness were beyond what we have experienced at any other restaurant. When the food arrived we were so su... [more]
"Great Food and Service" Posted on 2008-12-22 23:01:53 by Satisfied Patrons Comment: I’m not one to write reviews, but the outstanding service we received at the Pomegranate Bistro in Potomac this past Thanksgiving should not go unrecognized. Going out to eat with my two young grandchildren is very difficult since they have multiple food allergies. The attention the chef and other staff gave to meeting the needs of our grandchildren was extraordinary. In addition, the food was ... [more]
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