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Spotted: Richard Gere at Rasika Penn Quarter
The actor orders some of our favorite dishes. By Anna Spiegel
Comments () | Published December 11, 2013
Actor Richard Gere dined on some of Rasika's signature dishes. Photograph via Shutterstock.

If you were dining at Ashok Bajaj’s popular Penn Quarter spot last night, you may have caught a familiar face in the crowd. A source confirms that actor Richard Gere attended a dinner at Rasika for the International Campaign for Tibet; Gere is the chairman for the nonprofit advocacy group. 

The famed actor is known for his vegetarian-leaning tendencies, though he’s stated in past interviews that his diet isn’t entirely meatless. The table sampled a variety of chef Vikram Sunderam’s greatest hits, including palak chat (crispy spinach with yoghurt and date chutney), tandoori lamb chops, black cod, rice-based chicken biryani, and lentils. Chances are he knew the proper forks to use. 

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