This laid-back gourmet wine bar is the work of the Delacourcelle brothers (Philippe is the chef, Marc is the wine maven), trailblazers in the bistronomy movement. One of the first restaurants to offer a reasonably priced, easy-to-understand menu of gourmet goodies, this crowded and convivial place offers dishes that are a scrumptious blend of traditional French and exotic ingredients. Your main course could be a meltingly tender cochon de lait (milk-fed pork) served with a smooth cinnamon-infused sauce and a delectably crunchy mass that turns out to be cabbage. Or it might be tournedos of salmon with an herbed vegetable casserole. Dessert could follow with strawberries with parsley ice cream. The weekday lunch menu is a particularly great deal: appetizer and main dish (chef’s choice) plus a glass of wine and coffee for 14.90€.