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On an up-and-coming street in SoPi, this new joint is emblematic of Paris’s cosmopolitan dining scene: At the helm is a Mexican chef who trained at Lyon’s legendary Institut Paul Bocuse, worked in three-star restaurants in Paris, whizzed off to learn more in Japan, then came back to launch his own restaurant. And what a restaurant it is: Green tones and natural wood provide a slick backdrop for beautifully executed dishes like celery granita, kombu-marinated veal, and yellow pollock with spiced pineapple. Take it all in with wines from France and Italy, Mexican mezcal, and even Japanese whisky. Reserve ahead: The restaurant’s hot right now.