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Malaysian Cuisine and Culture at MAKAN

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Meaning to eat, MAKAN is Chef James Wozniuk’s culinary dream come to life. A celebration of his love and passion for Malaysian cuisine and culture. 

Chef Jame Wozniuk is a seasoned chef with deep roots in exploring a variety of Asian cuisines, Wozniuk, and his team invites guests to indulge in the beauty and diversity of rich and flavorful Malaysian ingredients. 

Make sure to check out all of the several menu options, especially the brunch and dinner menus. 

Come in early to try out some of the brunch dishes! Including appetizers like a Mango Salad, Fried Yucca, Shrimp Fritters, and more. Then find the perfect main course. With anything from Spiced Fried Chicken, Penang Street Noodle, Fried Noodles, and so many more delicious options!

Or come in a bit later and check out the dinner menu. With the same appetizer menu as the brunch menu, but many different entrees to choose from. Decide from Curry Noodle Soup, Pork Curry, Fried Chicken, and so much more! 

MAKAN is open for brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am – 3 pm. And is open for dinner Tuesdays – Sundays from 5 pm – 10 pm. Located at 3400 11th Street NW, Washington, DC.