At Place des Victoires, all the cool kids hang out at LaLa for a bite to eat in Sarah Lavoine’s concept shop that’s filled with vintage furniture, colorful cushions, scented candles and ceramics! She entrusted it to serial bistrotteur David Lanher (Racines des Prés, Caffè Stern) and put chef Quentin Domange (ex-Le Clarence) in charge of creating the chic, mouthwatering menu. Served à la carte on the day we went for lunch: an exquisite salad of clams marinated in lemon, with plenty of fresh herbs (€9); delicate tuna tartare with shiso, hazelnuts and avocado (€21) – or a chirashi-style bowl with beef tataki, grains and vegetables (€22); before an indulgent cheesecake with a red berry coulis, sprinkled with crunchy granola (€8). There’s Artéfact tea (€4.50) and a handful of natural wines served by the glass: Miss Terre, a white from Marc Pesnot (€6), La Soif du Mal, a red from Jean-François Nicq (€7). À la carte €24-43. // S.L.