Cacharel's unusual location on the top floor of an Arlington office building means that a trip there feels a little like going to work, but if dining out could be work, Cacharel would be a dream job. The French cuisine offerings for the fixed-price menu are varied enough to satisfy most people (the delectable duck breast with cassis sauce, for example), but the steak menu adds a whole other dimension, with a New York strip as tender as most people's filet mignon. The only sour note is that the kitschy view of Six Flags across the highway is mostly obscured by wooden shutters. True, it's not in keeping with the French county décor, but if you use your imagination it could be a view of Eurodisney.
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