Named after a particularly tasty breed of cow, this carnivore’s paradise serves beef that comes direct from Puy du Dôme, the center of France’s green heartland. The young chef is also a great believer in local products (all vegetables are local and/or organic) and authentic bistro cuisine. Menu highlights could include shoulder of lamb with spinach, or a juicy steak with sautéed carrots, but if meat is not your game, then equally delectable fish and poultry dishes are also on offer. To finish, try a fresh Auvergne cheese like Saint Nectaire or Fourme d’Ambert. Bring your appetite, as you must order one of the three-course fixed-price menus; there’s no a la carte.