Book a table at renowned chef Adeleine Grattard’s Michelin-starred restaurant yam’Tcha and you’ll certainly have a fabulous meal (121 rue St. Honore, 1st arrond.; 01-40-26-08-07; tasting menus from 65€, reservations 2 months in advance): Grattard works miracles with simple ingredients such as lobster, seabass, truffles, and pork. But her second place near the Louvre—a duel take-out bao bar (steamed Taiwanese brioches) and a tearoom—lets you taste her cooking for a fraction of the price. The bar section is a window open to the street, where foodies queue for bao buns filled with delectables such as smoked tofu or crab with vegetables, plus unexpected mixes like stilton and cherries. The tearoom, run by Grattard’s Hong Kong-born husband Chi Wah Chan (a veritable tea guru who pairs teas with dishes in the same way sommeliers pair wines) serves excellent main courses such as Peking soup and fish tartare, both for around 14€.