Tucked away in the quiet gardens flanking the Champs-Élysées, Ledoyen is a slightly faded study in the grandiose style of Napoléon III. Breton chef Christian Le Squer's menu is a treat, whether you opt for the lunchtime €120 prix fixe or the €250 tasting extravaganza (€350 with matching wines). He uses flawless ingredients, as showcased in les coquillages (shellfish), a delicious dish of herb risotto topped with lobster, langoustines, scallops, and grilled
ham. The turbot with truffled mashed potatoes is excellent, too, and don't skip the superlative cheese trolley.
1 av. Dutuit, on Carré des Champs-Élysées, 8e, Paris, 75008, France