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Many lay claim to creating a Chef's Table, but few achieve it. Here at Table, one of the city's best restaurants and the least pretentious, you get the distinct feeling you are eating in Chef Bruno... Read More
Many lay claim to creating a Chef's Table, but few achieve it. Here at Table, one of the city's best restaurants and the least pretentious, you get the distinct feeling you are eating in Chef Bruno Verjus' very own home kitchen. When this distinguished culinary author decided to open his own restaurant, he did so with the conviction of providing diners with the absolute best and purest ingredients prepared to perfection. The daily lunch and dinner menus change but for an early fall meal anticipate a tomato and peach cold soup, followed by a generous hunk of slow-cooked pig, the skin roasted and basted with provencal herbs rendering mouthfuls of crispy, flavorful pig and skin. This is a chef who not just takes pride in where he sources his ingredients, like giant sea bass from Ile d'Yeu, he's having a love affair with the raw ingredients he uses.
- Best Restaurants, Best Value: "Expect no added chemicals or preservatives, pure is the guiding principle here. As such the wines are biodynamic, from small producers. The crusty brown bead is baked on premises daily. Not just one of the top tables in town but one where your (modest) bill will be a pleasant surprise."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Oh for the love of food. If Anthony Bourdain were visiting Paris and asked me to recommend him a restaurant, this would be the one.
- Recommended as Best Value Because: This is the restaurant to enjoy now before more accolades (stars perhaps?) force them to up the prices accordingly.