It may come as a surprise to stumble across a Danish restaurant right at the top of the Champs Elysies, but Le Copenhague has been there so long that it is now part of the scenery. Regulars have always found it consistent. The first-floor restaurant commands a magnificent view of the 'most beautiful avenue in the world'; downstairs the airy patio is a pure delight in spring and summer. Chef Georges Landriot, formerly of the prestigious Goumard, serves precisely executed dishes that have earned the restaurant its well-deserved reputation for quality. Fish is the star attraction, particularly the saumon l'unilateral. The wine list features an incredible number of top names at emminently reasonable prices.