The only french way to start the brunch is with some fancy meat like Beef Tartar from La Piquette a small bistro in Cathedral Common, DC’ National Cathedral neighborhood. At the cute place where all waiters speak with a sexy French accent, we are starting our Sunday foodie experience with some raw meat dish. Whaa raw meat? You heard it right we are eating hand cut beef tenderloin season and served uncooked. Ah, our favorite part of this dish was really the fries. So thin and crunchy, no need for an any condemns. Goes great with the tartar. Not exactly an overly crazy concept for those of us who love sushi. So live adventures and try something new. A light soft dish that went great with a side of thin fries and salad. Pretty nice dish, but $16 is a bit too much for it. Might leave you craving more. Not their star dish, but the rest of the food is way better so don’t let this judge the whole place.