Provence Restaurants


La Fourchette

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La Fourchette Review

The food here is some of the best in town, as the bevy of locals clamoring to get in proves. It all smells so good that you may be tempted to rip one of the decorative forks off the wall and attack your neighbor's plate. Service is prompt and friendly, and you can dig in to heaping portions of escalope of salmon, chicken cilantro à l'orange, or what is likely the best Provençal daube (served with macaroni gratin) in France.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential
  • Closed Sat.–Sun., and first 3 wks of Aug.
Updated: 12-19-2013

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