In Paris, my buddy Romain Gavras put me on to this spot.
Tables at the Michelin-starred Septime are snapped up quicker than new-season Gucci. Chef Mr Bertrand Grébaut’s modern take on traditional French bistro food is worthy of all the plaudits it has garnered in recent years. Neo-industrial decor is the backdrop to the precisely cooked seasonal food, which runs from egg with black truffle to quail with spinach, mustard leaf and herb purée. If you don’t want to join the dinner waiting list, pop in for lunch and spot your favourite French celebrity.