Perched up on the first floor of the Maison de la Radio in a space encircled with wooden paneling designed by Stéphane Maupin, Radioeat only sends out positive vibes! As for the cuisine, chef Thierry Bassard (ex-Tokyo Eat at the Palais de Tokyo) revises the classics. For us the day we went for lunch, seated near Thomas Sotto and Léa Salamé and with a wide-open view of the Eiffel Tower: octopus carpaccio with fresh flat-leaf parsley and dill – perfect but not cheap; delicate Scottish salmon gravlax sublimed by a bittersweet sauce and a few warm potatoes – or a gigantic grilled rib-eye steak plunged into a creamy béarnaise sauce, plus fresh spinach; before a Breton shortbread topped with fresh figs and a red berry coulis. // G.LeP.
FEELING THIRSTY? The wine collection wasn’t really impressive enough to make the Audimat climb, even if the fruity Pays-d’Hérault white from the Domaine de Petit Roubié (€5.50 a glass) or the organic Saumur red from the Château Fouquet (€30 a bottle) got the job done. On the other hand, there’s a good kefir-based homemade soda (€5) and freshly made kiwi, green apple and fresh mint juice (€6.50).
PRICE: Menu €29 (weekday lunch), à la carte €31-62, brunch €32 (Sunday).