Cilantro

★★★☆☆

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This bakery is another example of exactly what a small store should be. The staff are friendly, they offer great breads, coffee and pastries, and the decor of the place makes it a nice place to sit and eat while chatting with friends. It falls into the common pitfall of small stores: being a bit pricey, but still not much more than starbucks, which it is superior to

PROS: Great feel, decor and food
CONS: expensive (no more than starbucks though)

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★★★★☆

This bakery is another example of exactly what a small store should be. The staff are friendly, they offer great breads, coffee and pastries, and the decor of the place makes it a nice place to sit and eat while chatting with friends. It falls into the common pitfall of small stores: being a bit pricey, but still not much more than starbucks, which it is superior to

PROS: Great feel, decor and food
CONS: expensive (no more than starbucks though)

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Cilantro is a newish tapas restaurant on M street in Georgetown. The location is great, and the ambiance is nice. Overall, though, I was not impressed.

The server seemed very bored with us, and was not particularly attentive. The food was mixed. The grilled vegetables with feta was good, but a little oily. Some of the potatoes looked like they came out of an Ore-Ida bag topped with velveta. We did not have enough bread, and the server was slow to bring it. I actually ended up eating more bread than tapas because the food was not that good.

The food was pricey and, while palatable, was not particularly good. Overall, I'd opt for Jaleo in Georgetown, which is more consistent.

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Cilantro is a newish tapas restaurant on M street in Georgetown. The location is great, and the ambiance is nice. Overall, though, I was not impressed.

The server seemed very bored with us, and was not particularly attentive. The food was mixed. The grilled vegetables with feta was good, but a little oily. Some of the potatoes looked like they came out of an Ore-Ida bag topped with velveta. We did not have enough bread, and the server was slow to bring it. I actually ended up eating more bread than tapas because the food was not that good.

The food was pricey and, while palatable, was not particularly good. Overall, I'd opt for Jaleo in Georgetown, which is more consistent.

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