French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte once told the world, "He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat," which is very telling of the former psyches of escargot. Give yourself over to the pleasures of the French kitchen with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of French cuisine and drink at Le Bistro Chez Michel in North Vancouver.
With a menu of French classics done up for modern palates, Le Bistro Chez Michel flaunts France's culinary prowess with delicious sophistication and an approachable air. Luncheoneers and supper-goers can indulge in the moules et frites ($15 at lunch, $18 at dinner) a gathering of mussels cooked in a choice of classic flavours such as white wine with shallots or the zesty chorizo with tomato and served alongside crispy fries and crunchy dreams. Paella ($17 at lunch, $24 at dinner) infuses the essences of the Mediterranean into a lip-smacking mélange of shellfish, prawns, chicken, sausage, and saffron rice. Vegetable hunters can send tongues swimming in the puff pastry-wrapped wild mushrooms with cheese sauce ($14 at lunch, $15 at dinner), a perfect indulgence before ordering an equally meatless dessert or one of dozens of red or white wines by the glass, half-litre, bottle, or slap-bag.
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