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Normandie Farm

10710 Falls Rd. (Democracy Blvd.) Send to Phone
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Outstanding French dishes and a sumptuous Sunday brunch designate Normandie Farm as a Washington landmark dining establishment.
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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
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Normandie Farm Restaurant Review

: One of Washington's landmark restaurants, the Normandie Farm has commanded respect and a devoted following who trek to Potomac for the farm's abundant French dishes and sumptuous Sunday brunch, a meal that converts dieters into hedonists. No wonder: The oversize popovers, puffed up like mini balloons, are a meal in themselves and have become a restaurant trademark. The lavish brunch buffet is loaded with everything from fresh oysters and stacks of smoked salmon to wheels of roast beef, lamb with tarragon, and wedges of Brie, hearts of palm salad and eggs Benedict. Owner/chef Cary G. Prokos rules a kitchen that turns out lobster bisque and homemade country pâté to begin a meal that might include duckling, calf's liver, tournedos or Châteaubriand. If price were never an option, this would become a weekly habit for many Washingtonians. A brief but distinctive wine list offers selections suitable to the elegant cuisine.

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Thanksgiving Buffet-disappointing
by LouisNES on Sat Nov 28, 2015 4:30 pm
 
My wife, our nine year old son, and I chose the Normandie Farm's Thanksgiving Buffet for our Thanksgiving meal. This was our first visit to the restaurant.The reality squashed our expectations.

The Normandie Farm promotes its popovers so much that its website is 'popovers.com'. The three popovers served at our table, however, were cold, burnt, and inedible.

Much of the hot food at the buffet had cooled to room temperature, signaling that the food had been sitting out for much too long. Normandie Farm's website advertising the Thanksgiving Buffet shows a golden brown turkey- yet the turkey served was slices of compressed roll turkey.

I greatly enjoyed the beet salad and the beef stroganoff, as both dishes tasted freshly made. I suspect most of the food, however, was poured from a #10 can and then heated.

Our first visit and our last visit.
 
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