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$25 for $50 Worth of Classic French and Scandinavian Cuisine
The menu begins with appetizers such as baked oysters with champagne sauce and caviar ($17.75), pear salad with baby spinach and belgian endives ($12.75), and escargot in garlic butter and parsley ($9.75). Elegant entrees include flounder dusted with panko and horseradish sauce ($27), crispy roasted duck sweetened with Grand Marnier and orange zest ($32), and Scandinavian options ranging from the Scandinavian platter, an assortment of smoked salmon, trout, and Danish herring ($17.75), to marinated Danish herring served with cold akvavit ($17.75). Diners can finish off their meals with elegant desserts such as flourless chocolate concorde cake, hot blueberry bread pudding, and Pear Belle-Helene, with vanilla ice cream, pears, and slivered almonds.
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Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid during restaurant week. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid 12/24/12, 12/31/12, 2/14/13. Not valid with any other coupons, specials, offers, promotions, discounts, stickers or prix-fixe menus for any patron at the table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Le Vieux Logis
It's fitting that Christian Gautrois and his wife Christa purchased a French restaurant whose name translates to "the old lodge." After all, Christian, who also serves as the eatery's chef, was born in Champagne and learned to cook in Paris before moving to the DC area. Together, the pair brings an Old World ambiance and classic French fare to Bethesda's Le Vieux Logis.
Terra-cotta shingles, dark-wood shutters, and a hand-painted mural of the French countryside make up the quaint cottage exterior. This rustic theme extends to the interior, which features plush banquettes that sit along walls adorned with Renoir prints and copper knickknacks.
Lauded by the Washington Post's food critic Tom Sietsema, the menu at Le Vieux Logis is filled with dishes that exemplify traditional French cooking.
- Onion soup Les Halles: The soup's thick, rich beef broth is filled with soft onions and topped with gruyère.
- Salade frissée aux lardons: Crunchy applewood-smoked bacon, a poached egg, and garlic croutons make up this colorful bistro salad.
- Cuisse de canard confite à l'orange: Crispy moulard duck-leg confit in an orange sauce pairs with roasted fingerling potatoes, braised red cabbage, and apples.