“The former occupant of the space was Gerard’s Place, a serious destination for haute French cooking, and an air of formality lingers in this more casual (but still tasteful) setting, which retains its popularity as a spot for wooing potential partners (financial and romantic). But there’s also a new energy, and the staff goes about its rounds with cheer and professionalism. view full review on washingtonian.com »

“An early hit among the starters is cayenne-spiked seared shrimp elevated on warm diced eggplant, its plate dappled with olive sauce. Rockfish arrives moist in its parchment wrap; the fish keeps company with tomatoes, fennel and artichokes. Rack of lamb with steamed spinach suggests conservative steakhouse fare… view full review in the washington post »

“Siroc is the best new restaurant in DC. I have been about a half dozen times and it never ceases to exceed all my expectations. The food is absolutely incredible…read more from zagat »

“This was a wonderful, wonderful, meal. I have not given a lot of five-star reviews to DC restaurants, but Siroc earns one. I guess it’s because Siroc is new and hasn’t yet gotten a lot of reviews that I was able to get a reservation here even at the last minute, so go while you can… read more from yelp.com »

“The food is creative Italian with a really interesting array of dishes including grilled shrimp on a tapanade, Rockfish with artichokes and the best Osso Buco I’ve ever eaten. We’ve already been back and it is quickly becoming a favorite… read more from tripadvisor »

“Just returned from Siroc, on McPherson Square, and it was wonderful! Went with three friends during Restaurant Week and everything was excellent from the food, to the wine, to the service and FOH… read more from chowhound.com »

“Overall, an A +. This restaurant is new in town, and lucky for us not many people know about it yet so it was no problem getting a reservation. I have a feeling that will change in the upcoming weeks when the word spreads, so reserve quickly…read more from bella bites’ blog »