November 13, 2013
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Frenchish Lunch at Restaurant L&E

For special occasions (or for no reason at all), my daughter and I have been lunching at River Tavern since she was six years old. It remains a favorite, but it’s lovely to have another option for a sit down lunch in Chester. L&E just launched lunch, available Fridays through Sundays, so we dashed off to Chester. The dining room has a different feel in sunlight; relaxed for sure, but still elegant and the menu is downright global, with strong French accents. I couldn’t resist the Alsace Choucroute Garnie: an Alsation sausage with housemade sauerkraut and smoked bacon jam on a crusty baguette, with a heady mix of sweet, sour and salty flavors. The adventurous might go for Saigon Banh Mi: Vietnamese style pork meatballs with spicy Scotch Bonnet Aioli or perhaps a Parisian Cafe Croque Madame, stuffed with smoked salmon, creamed spinach and a fried duck egg. Sandwiches are $12 to $14 and come with your choice of frites, crispy fried onions, Vietnamese slaw or cous cous with dried fruit, almonds and beets. Imaginative and delish.

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Restaurant L&E is Linda and Everett Reid’s third restaurant venture together. They have been partners since 1985 when they opened American Seasons Restaurant on Nantucket Island, where their innovative menu captured the attention of national press.

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