Feeling like pho? Searching for sushi? Head to Pike Kitchen and find it all in one spot.
Tucked away in a strip mall off of Rockville Pike, you'll find an unassuming group of vendors selling delicious pan-Asian cuisine. The best thing about a food hall like Pike Kitchen is being able to choose from dozens of dishes under a single roof. You can get everything from authentic tonkatsu ramen to artisanal cakes and fruity, boba-spiked smoothies.
- Address: 1066 Rockville Pike | Rockville, MD
- Hours: Open daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
- Parking: Free surface lot
- Phone: (301) 603-2279
- Website: Pike Kitchen
The inside is set up like a food court, with vendors offering full menus at different counters. If you're not sure what you want, you're bound to find something that looks good to you after browsing a bit. The day we went, the crispy chicken sandwich and chocolate mousse cake were particularly delicious.
Courtesy of Pike Kitchen
While Montgomery County remains under indoor dining restrictions, the current capacity is 25 percent. There are also several outdoor picnic tables if you want to grab a quick meal. Anyone waiting in line inside or browsing the menus should wear face coverings, and can remove them when actively eating or drinking.
Photo by Sarina Petrocelly
Whether you go for the Vietnamese sandwiches or sample your way through the bakery, you won't be disappointed. They even have those Korean corn dogs for that Instagram-worthy cheese pull! Whatever you crave, make sure you wear stretchy pants. You're going to need them!
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For more information about Pike Kitchen, check out their website or follow along on their Instagram account.
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