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Rockville Restaurant Secures a Spot on Washingtonian’s “100 Very Best Restaurants” List

Washingtonian Magazine has recently unveiled its esteemed compilation of the “100 Very Best Restaurants in Washington, DC,” and notably, one Rockville restaurant has earned a spot on this prestigious list:

A&J Restaurant, situated at 1319 Rockville Pike in Rockville, stands as a proud representative of Northern Chinese cuisine in the region. Boasting a culinary legacy of over 25 years, A&J is an integral part of a family-owned chain that traces its roots back to the 1970s when Alex Chang inaugurated the initial establishment in Taipei. This culinary venture expanded its reach to Los Angeles, and in 1996, Elaine Tang, Chang’s niece, along with her family, introduced the Rockville location.

A&J Restaurant’s inclusion in the list underscores its commitment to delivering a memorable dining experience and the rich culinary heritage it brings to the diverse gastronomic landscape of Washington, DC.

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