Sunday Morning At Teaism

by Valerie on March 1, 2009 · 4 comments

I think I am totally losing a battle against this cold that I have had the last week, but I am still going to brave the weather to go to Teaism this morning for breakfast – one of my favorite breakfasts in Washington DC is their Tea-Cured Salmon with Naan and Raita. The key to Teaism in Dupont Circle on a weekend is to go early (they open at 9am on weekends) before the crowds really hit – on the early end it’s serene and relaxing. There are many other yummy things on the menu, including the Salty Oat Cookie and its chocolate counterpart, and the lovely Ginger Scones. It’s been a longtime favorite of mine, from when I first lived in Washington. The Dupont location is my natural go-to, but if I am planning to be downtown, the location on 8th Street is bigger and airy and just lovely as well. Happy Sunday! Picture from Teaism website.

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1 Karley March 1, 2009 at 10:34 pm

Sounds like a wonderful place. I had tea on the mind for my blog today as well after drinking some Teaman Vanilla tea at breakfast.

Hope you’re feeling better!


2 March 2, 2009 at 9:25 pm

sounds delish… I never thought about doing an Indian-inspired breakfast! We had Indian food on Sat night and the spices and curry were so comforting. I think I might try to make samosas at home; naan is out of the question since I would inhale an entire batch in about 10 minutes.


3 Michelle March 2, 2009 at 9:30 pm

That place sounds awesome….sorry about your cold. I had mine for two weeks and I’m STILL coughing long after it’s been over!


4 Melita March 4, 2009 at 5:32 pm

great post. the timing on this post couldn’t have been any better. i am heading to dc (with a hotel in the dupont circle area) in a month. as a tea enthusiast, i am deeply looking forward to starting my mornings at teaism! thank you for blogging about this.


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