Since opening in 2013, Franck Baranger’s second creation Caillebotte still holds its own. In this little dining room with an open kitchen and decorated with chic, sober style by architect Camille Flammarion, you’ll be treated to sophisticated bistro cuisine at its finest. The night we went, after a somewhat confusing appetizer composed of roughly chopped cuttlefish with sorrel and a subtle garlic cream, only good things followed on the €38 menu: line-caught turbot sparkling with freshness on a bed of spring onions and flash-seared romaine lettuce whose bitterness was balanced out by a classic gremolata (+€5); a sublime chocolate sphere with a crunchy peanut-caramel center and creamy ice cream. The €19 set lunch menu is just as impressive as ever, with an appetizer or a dessert of your choice, plus the dish of the day, like duck from Challans with eggplant caviar and glazed turnips. To drink, the short and efficient wine list includes things like a white Luberon La Citadella (€8 a glass), an orgasmic natural red Bourgogne from Boisset (€8), a Costières-de-Nîmes D’Or et de Gueules (€30 a bottle), or a white Rully from Jobard (€42). Set menu (€19), €38 (lunch and dinner) and €49 (dinner). // G.D.