With a reasonably priced set menu, this is an ideal spot for a relaxed meal after the Louvre. Natural light streams through the restaurant, and a broad, curved staircase leads to a spacious upstairs salon. It's also a hit with vegetarians: chef Ricardo Lourenco whips up a meatless prix-fixe menu with two starter and two main-course options—perhaps summer vegetables with Mimolette cheese, followed by pasta with wild mushrooms, herbs, and artichokes. Meat lovers might sink their teeth into farmer's lamb with confit vegetables and mousseline potatoes. The wine list spotlights little-known producers alongside the big names—as befits this sister restaurant to Willi's Wine Bar.