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Any dish cooked à la Nantua, or served with a sauce Nantua, contains crayfish or crayfish tails as its chief flavouring element. Perhaps the one most often found on menus today is filets de sole Nantua, sole fillets garnished with a ragout of crayfish tails and covered with sauce Nantua, a béchamel flavoured with crayfish. Nantua is a small French town to the northeast of Lyon, near the Swiss border.

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