If you want to feel like a prince or princess for an evening, exquisitely attended to with a menu worthy of a royal repast, La Table du Fort has made itself famous for its personalised service and the care with which it prepares and serves each plate under its young owner-chef Nicholas Muller; in fact, it has earned itself a solid spot among the top tier of the city's gastronomic stars. Among its creative delacies you'll find "pork loin on a bed of peas and Brocciu cheese," "lamb with hummous, stuffed tomato, and carrots à l'orange," and "baked lobster over artichoke risotto." The wine list, meanwhile, is long, complex, and expertly chosen. And yet, for all of this quality, the prices here are astonishly affordable, with set menus from 35 to 50 euros per person. Located on Rue Fort Notre Dame, there's no terrace or sweeping views to speak of, but this restaurant is ample proof that a for a memorable, magical culinary evening, the food's the thing.
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