Belgium and France are well-known for bringing their culinary traditions of rich, heavy cooking to the rest of the world. But think beyond waffles, crepes, and croissants. The real hero here is steak frites, the European equivalent of the classic American meat-and-potatoes meal.
While the combination may sound underwhelming, the formula of crispy, thin fries and juicy, tender steak has made this dish a staple menu at many local standbys.
From quiet neighborhood cafes to buzzing bistros, these Washington restaurants can satisfy even the most serious of steak cravings. For D.C.’s essential steakhouses, go here.Read More