Great German and Bosnian food with white linen tablecloth. Very professional staff. Clean. Long list of good wines and beers
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My wife was out of town so I decided to try Cosmopolitan Grill after its appearance in the Washingtonian May 2016 Cheap Eats. It was excellent in every way. I had the house specialty appetizer, cevapcici, homemade beef sausages grilled to perfection. It was accompanied...More
First visit and definitely will be back. Food was delicious from appetizer to dessert. Service was superb! So glad a friend told us about it because like others have noted, from the outside it doesn't look like much. Go in, you will not be disappointed.
Never judge a book by its cover. Hidden in a corner of a strip mall is this amazing restaurant that serves delicious Mediterranean food. If you're in the neighbourhood, run don't walk1
Local place.Menu is unusual (Balkan/German)l but food is not consistent. When it is good it is enjoyable. Bread is good and so is scnhitnel.
I encouraged a "meat and potatoes" friend to join me to have a tilapia sandwich or tilapia salad. The fish is out of this world and I've never had a better fish sandwich and he wholeheartedly agreed. Huge pieces of nicely seared and flavored fish...More
This restaurant set in an unattractive strip mall will truly surprise you. The food was fantastic, fresh, and wonderful. The wine was great as well. I live fairly close to this restaurant and don't know why we haven't stopped in before. We are always looking...More
After visiting and growing to love Croatia, we were very happy to find the Cosmopolitan. We enjoyed our meal very much, and were very please to find a Croatian wine we'd been missing. Look forward to returning again!
The location is an undistinguished strip mall. The restaurant is pleasant, well appointed, and welcoming. The food is Balkan, grilled meats/fish, salads, and full bar. For lunch we had chicken salad -- two skewers of nice sized chicken filets and a large green salad with...More