On one of Collioure's quieter cobblestoned streets you'll find Le 5eme Péché, where the clean-lined decor seems in synch with simple yet innovative dishes like tempura shrimp with chestnut cream and apple crisps. Iijima Masashi, the young Japanese chef who dared open this tiny French-fusion bistro, is more than just tolerated among local traditional French gourmets—he's celebrated. With only 18 seats and an open kitchen plan, you'll feel like you know him personally
by the time dinner is done. The limited menu may not please finicky eaters.
18 rue de la Fraternité, Collioure, 66190, France