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Bistro 123 Review


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Bistro 123 Review

anni | Oct 14, 2005 03:17 PM

I had previously enjoyed many nice meals at their old location in Vienna and decided to have lunch today in their new space located in Tysons Corner Shopping Center.

They offered fixed price lunches with a very nice selection of either cream of asparagus soup or a mesclun salad with a vinaigrette, followed by either cod provencale, braised chicken in a white wine sauce with broccoli and mushrooms, beef brochette with tiny roasted potatoes and mushrooms in a red wine reduction. All for $10.95. Add a dessert of creme caramel or coffee or tea and it was only $12.95.

I opted for the soup and beef; very good. One friend had the salad and the braised chicken..delicious. One other ordered grouper in a white wine sauce with baby clams for $16.95 and she said it was superb.

One person got the rice pudding, but it wasn't to my taste as it had some kind of brandied fruit in it.

It was a very nice lunch with attentive service at a leisurely pace and a moderate price. Lunch for 3 was about $52.00 plus tip.


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