Pricey, pretentious, and ever-popular, this Parisian-style restaurant-cafe on place du Casino has a location to die for. The menu has taken on an even more classic edge under new head chef Franck Lafon, who started working in the Hôtel de Paris across the street when he was just 17 years old. Simple starters like garlic escargot and croque-monsieur share the menu with more innovative mains like filet of plaice (a North Sea fish) with pumpkin purée or steak tartare. Best value is the bistro-style weekday dish of the day, which may include braised beef cheeks with polenta on Mondays and scallop risotto with lemon on Fridays.