Restaurant Radioeat in ParisRadioeat (Paris) - © Karel Balas

Accustomed to these kind of stylish customized creations, Eric Wapler (Grand Central at the Centquatre, Violette at the Collection Lambert in Avignon and the former TokyoEat at the Palais de Tokyo) has taken over a new “cult-location restaurant” on the 1st floor of the Maison de la Radio. With panoramic views of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower, the space, designed by Stéphane Maupin, deploys a long skeleton of wood surrounded by tables and chairs with a 60s feel. As for the food, Thierry Bassard (ex-TokyoEat) is back with his world fusion dishes. The day we went for lunch, served à la carte: maliciously good breaded olives and yogurt over a spicy herb compote; a salmon gravlax steak with an herb salad and a lemony beurre blanc sauce; black pollack with roasted vegetables and a lemongrass-coconut cream (sans cream!); and a seasonal fig tiramisu. To drink, there are healthy juices (carrot-ginger, €5.50, apple-kiwi-mint, €6.50…) or lovely wines: a petit Chablis from Olivier Savary (€9 a glass), Les Darons, a Languedoc from Jeff Carrel (€22 a bottle), etc. Lunch menu €27. À la carte €31-66. // J.G.

Getting there

Restaurant Radioeat
116, avenue du Président Kennedy
TEL: +33 1 47 20 00 29