With the talented and disruptive young chef, Inaki Aizpitarte, at the kitchen’s helm, Le Chateaubriand restaurant offers a highly affordable 5-course menu (or ‘bistronomy’ cuisine as foodies like to call it) in a trendy 1930’s neo bistro setting. Having been voted as the best chef in France at the recent World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards 2011, Aizpitarte is the master of sourcing fresh, seasonal produce and uses great intuition to find the right note in each of his dishes. Prepare to be taken on a surprising culinary journey of light yet intense flavours inspired by the chefs regular travels around the globe. The playlist may begin with cubes of foie gras swimming in a delicate fish bouillon; boldly moving forward to a perfectly grilled fillet of beef with charred eggplant. A luscious strawberry and bittersweet paprika meringue could be the finishing touch on what could be one of your most memorable meals in Paris. Another highlight is the 100% organic wine list. The atmosphere is buzzing, the handsome service team have an electric energy, and the crowd is a mix of fashionable locals, chefs and serious foodies. Bookings essential or arrive after 9pm and you might get lucky.