On busy nights, chef Isabelle Bouillon calls in a kitchen aide, but the rest of the time MijoT is a one-woman show, with Isabelle doing everything, from the cooking to the waiting, and even the washing up. But sample this tiny bistro’s delectable fare—carrot and orange soup, duck ravioli, and chocolate tart with thyme cream and champagne sorbet, perhaps—and you’ll soon see that the restaurant’s much more than just an ode to multitasking. Not only are the dishes delicious, but all ingredients also come directly from local producers (except the duck, which is sourced in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region); proceeds go to a charity dedicated to feeding the poor.