Sitting outside beneath the awning, you'll see the Eiffel Tower loom up, Godzilla-like, just a couple of hundred metres away. Despite the location, this second-generation bistro is mostly a local hangout for people who have time to linger over an exquisite, deboned pigeon-neau roti, or a fresh sole de Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie au beurre de crustaces. The cosy dining room, decorated with wine paraphernalia and a grinning Bacchus, reminds you this is also a wine bistro. The daily menu, using fresh produce, is a highlight.

Metro: Alma Marceau