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$20 for $40 Worth of Belgian Cuisine at Sur La Place

Foxhall - Palisades

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The Belgian eatery whips up 20-plus varieties of mussel and pan-seared fish filets amid red drapes and exposed brick

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Expires Dec 26th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Reservation recommended. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must purchase food item. Not valid for brunch. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$20 for $40 Worth of Belgian Food and Drinks

The menu includes a Belgian-style ceviche starter with citrus-marinated tilapia, calamari, and baby squid ($12), roasted cornish hen with brussels sprouts and belgian endive ($19), and pan-seared striped sea bass over black-truffle salsify ($22).

Sur La Place

In French, sur la place translates to "on the square," and it's also an evocation of a popular song of the same name by Belgian musician Jacques Brel. To further remind diners of their eatery's Belgian roots, owners Loren and Peter Gomes display pictures of the famous Grand Plaza of Brussels on their wall, as well as a replica of the plaza's iconic Manneken Pis statue and a framed lock of Jean-Claude Van Damme's mullet.

Executive chef Samuel Encarnacion helms the duo's kitchen, infusing complex flavor profiles into a menu brimming with more than 20 varieties of mussels and classic Belgian dishes such as steak frites and flemish stew. These authentic entrees populate tables in a dining room studded with exposed-brick walls, tomato-red drapes, yellow accents, and shelves hoisting up more than 30 varieties of Belgian beer.

Sur La Place

In French, sur la place translates to "on the square," and it's also an evocation of a popular song of the same name by Belgian musician Jacques Brel. To further remind diners of their eatery's Belgian roots, owners Loren and Peter Gomes display pictures of the famous Grand Plaza of Brussels on their wall, as well as a replica of the plaza's iconic Manneken Pis statue and a framed lock of Jean-Claude Van Damme's mullet.

Executive chef Samuel Encarnacion helms the duo's kitchen, infusing complex flavor profiles into a menu brimming with more than 20 varieties of mussels and classic Belgian dishes such as steak frites and flemish stew. These authentic entrees populate tables in a dining room studded with exposed-brick walls, tomato-red drapes, yellow accents, and shelves hoisting up more than 30 varieties of Belgian beer.


Reviews

The atmosphere is cozy, friendly, and spacious.

Tamana R., Yelp, 1/31/12

Sur La Place is made cozy with lots of exposed brick, lots of red paint, wood floors and heavy silk draperies

Tom Sietsema,

Tips

  • “Always enjoy the food and the visit. It's our "go to" place for dinner before we go to the movies at Hoffman.”

  • “The vegetable soup is superb. A nice big bowl. The vegetables are cooked so that they are still crisp. ”

  • “The food was excellent. It is under-rated on Yelp!”

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    Foxhall - Palisades

    5105 MacArthur Blvd.

    Washington, District of Columbia 20016

    202-237-1445

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