Two colleagues and I went to La Forchette on the advice of a cab driver when our intended destination turned out to be closed. Seemed like a dodgy neighborhood at night, and the place isn't much from the outside, but looks can be deceiving. Very stylish, modern interior but not in a stuffy or overly-formal way. Other diners were wearing everything from jeans and polos to suits, and all seemed to fit in equally well somehow. The menu was very good, plenty of choices, all seemingly very fresh and expertly prepared. And the price did not match the décor or ambiance at all -- it was café prices for upscale restaurant quality. We went back a couple of times.
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