This gorgeous little restaurant, dolled up in original Art Nouveau tiles, a zinc bar, and vintage wooden tables, captures the essence of Belle Epoque Paris, and not only in terms of decor. The menu harks back to days gone by with traditional dishes like cod in langoustine cream sauce and veal blanquette. Make sure you mop up all that sauce with some wildly delicious bread and butter. The butter is by Bordier, the last butter maker in France to churn its butter with a wooden paddle. Dessert? You’ll be hard-pushed to find a finer pain perdu (bread pudding), made with brioche and vanilla cream.