Thursday, March 17, 2011

Washingtonian reviews Hill Country

Todd Kliman of Washingtonian Magazine recently reviewed Hill Country (see our review (and reader comments) here).

He said the moist brisket is the best in D.C.  He seemed to agree with us on the process though, and had this to say:

"Nor do I expect the system for ordering and paying to be addressed, though some kind of re-think is clearly in order. The system is meant to streamline things for the restaurant, but in so doing, it makes things harder for the diner. When you sit down, you're handed a meal-ticket card. Items are marked off as you order, as if this were a dim sum hall. You're reminded not to misplace your card, to keep it with you at all times. When you're done eating, you take your card and stand in line for five minutes or more waiting for the cashier, as if you were being rung up for groceries."
Read the full review here.

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