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What’s On the Menu for Washington’s Restaurant Week
Comments () | Published February 17, 2009

La Tomate
This Italian bistro will be extending Restaurant Week for an extra week, serving its limited dinner menu.

Appetizers:
Minestrone soup; ricotta flan with Italian ham and black olives; puff pastry filled with spinach and shrimp.

Entrées: Risotto with pumpkin puree, zucchini, and gorgonzola; pasta with rabbit ragout and fava beans; fish fillet baked with black olive pesto, potato, tomato, and pecorino cheese; meat of the day.

Desserts: Creme brulee with Nutella; chocolate cake with strawberry sauce.

Lavandou

Lunch and dinner appetizers:
Onion soup; house salad; mussels with garlic and butter.

Lunch entrées: Roasted pork tenderloin with potato puree; rainbow trout with leek and fennel in lemon sauce; tomato-and-basil torte; seafood pasta.

Dinner entrées: Duck with orange; grilled salmon; fricassee.

Lunch and dinner desserts: creme caramel; chocolate crepe; apple torte.

Le Chat Noir

Appetizers:
Duck pate; mussels; crepes; shrimp; smoked salmon.

Entrées: Roasted chicken; beef stew; pan-roasted salmon; sauteed shrimp.

Desserts: Chocolate mousse; ice cream; creme brulee; sorbet.

Le Mistral

Lunch and dinner appetizers:
Soup of the day; lettuce with olive oil and red wine vinegar; mussels steamed with garlic, white wine, tomato, and thyme.

Lunch entrées: Grilled salmon with roasted-red-pepper coulis; hanger steak with wild mushrooms and Pinot Noir sauce;  chicken picatta with capers and lemon butter sauce.

Dinner entrées: Grilled salmon with roasted-red-pepper coulis; hanger steak with wild mushrooms and Pinot Noir sauce; roasted  chicken breast with pistachio/coconut sauce.

Lunch and dinner desserts: Apple beignet; chocolate mousse; creme brulee.

Lia’s

Geoff Tracy’s Italian dining room is offering any starter, soup, or salad, followed by an entree and then a dessert from its regular menu for both lunch and dinner. 

 

 

Liberty Tavern

Lunch appetizers:
Split pea soup; grilled octopus; roasted mussels; salads; and a wide variety of pizzas (including the mussel pie and the Staten Island tomato pizza).

Dinner appetizers: Duck confit; crispy shrimp; cheese spreads and salads.

Lunch entrées: Beef stroganoff; chicken Caesar salad; Cubano panino; steak and cheese; lobster roll.

Dinner entrées: Spaghetti; ravioli; gnocchi; lobster fishermen’s pie; skirt steak; Amish chicken; Duroc pork chops; assorted pizzas.

Lunch and dinner desserts: Molten devil’s food cake with mint-chocolate-chip ice-cream; Indian pudding with maple ice cream; apple/brown butter baby cake with cinnamon ice cream and caramel.

Lima

Appetizers:
Ceviche; empanadas; salt-cod fritters; mixed field greens; black bean soup.

Entrées: Salmon with grilled vegetables; Cuban roasted chicken with fried plantains; Chilean sea bass with wild mushrooms and roasted root vegetables.

Desserts: Daily selection.

Logan Tavern
Dinner includes a glass of wine.

Lunch and dinner appetizers:
Mixed-greens/ jicama salad; fried calamari; buffalo wings; grilled scallops.

Lunch entrées: Assorted burgers and sandwiches; crab-and-shrimp mac ‘n cheese.

Dinner entrées: Wasabi-crusted meatloaf; boneless Southern fried chicken; roasted pork loin.

Desserts: Warm chocolate fudge cake; mango/key lime pie; apple and pumpkin crisps.

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