The meal always starts with a popover fresh out of the oven, served with jam and whipped butter. I will say no one makes popovers as good as Normandie Farms. Next, we all ordered the French onion soup, again I will say that no one makes it better. Here is where the food gets tricky, as there are many choices for a main course. This is a French restaurant and not everyone likes French food, or knows what to expect. The pastas and the salads are delicious and served decoratively. The scallops and escargot along with their accompanying sauces were perfect according to those who had them. I ordered the lump crab cake sandwich but I knew that I shouldn't have even as I ordered it because the price was too low and the French are not know for crab cakes. It was served with a nice Bernaise sauce and while it did have only lump crab meat, mostly it was breading. The French fries that came with it were yummy though and I was pretty much already full from the popover and soup, so not really a big deal.
The decor is very unique and quite nice. Fireplaces we going. Everything seemed clean and tidy. This is not really a casual restaurant, but for lunch, better casual is acceptable for your comfort level although I doubt the staff would comment or turn you away as they do at some older establishments.
Service is very nice. You will not be rushed making it especially nice for family gatherings or business meetings where you want to linger and chat.
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