One of Dolan's core values is to form and maintain close relationships with our customers and local community. In Washington, D.C. and Chantilly, Virginia, Dolan serves as a bridge to connect America with Uyghur culture.
When you step up into Dolan Uyghur Restaurant in Washington D.C., you're greeted with an iconic piece of Uyghur art: Muqam by Ghazi Ahmet. This painting is an integral part of Uyghur culture and can be found throughout Uyghur homes, restaurants, and establishments.
Have you ever tried Uyghur cuisine? Whether you’re familiar with Uyghur food culture or you’re trying Uyghur cuisine for the first time, we invite you to Dolan Uyghur Restaurant to try one of our speciality Uyghur dishes.
By Jackson Lanzer at The GW Hatchet: Just a few steps away from the Cleveland Park Metro stop sits Dolan Uyghur Restaurant, a gateway to Uyghur culture, history, and cuisine.
Founder Hamid Kerim is bringing the most delicious meals to Washington D.C. and Chantilly VA
Hamid Kerim, who worked in international trade, fled from northwest China in 2017 and opted to start anew in the D.C. region with a career as a restaurateur. He bought Dolan Uyghur, whose Cleveland Park location is shown here, in late 2018 from another Uyghur family who had founded it.
If you’re looking for unique, delicious vegetarian dining options in Washington D.C., look no further than Dolan Uyghur Restaurant. At Dolan, we serve fresh Uyghur cuisine from Central Asia.
Restaurants are often a benign starting point to learning about different cultures. But food, drinks and hospitality can be used to educate people about the loss of one’s culture too.
For many who walk through the doors of Dolan Uyghur in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C., the restaurant is a learning experience — through food on the tables, art on the walls, and conversations with the owner.