Thierry Breton's bright, easygoing bistro is popular with polished Parisian professionals, for whom it serves as a sort of canteen—why cook when you can eat this well so affordably? The €29 dinner menu (€22 for two courses at lunch) covers lentil soup with fresh croutons, braised endive and andouille salad, and roast lamb on a bed of Paimpol beans, and there are 12 cheeses to choose from. Good, if not exceptional, desserts include pain perdu, a dessert version of French toast—here it's topped with a roasted pear or whole cherries. Drop in at lunchtime on the weekend for the great-value €25 buffet. There is no à la carte.
6 rue de Belzunce, 10e, Paris, 75010, France