Located in a vast gallery on the first floor of the Maison de la Radio, Radioeat is the latest creation from Eric Wapler (Grand Central in Centquatre, Le Violette in the Collection Lambert in Avignon), blowing a chic, sixties vibe through a symphony of glass and wood dreamt up by designer Stéphane Maupin. It all culminates with a beautiful view of the Seine, Beaugrenelle and the Eiffel Tower, which we lapped up the day we went for lunch: a fresh tuna carpaccio with eggplant caviar, faisselle cheese, sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds (€17); salmon gravlax with a lemon condiment and a vinegary herb salad (€20); before a pistachio tiramisu with orange blossom and seasonal apricots (€9). As for the liquids, there are healthy mocktails (carrot-ginger or pear-celery for €5.50) and a small, well-crafted wine list – a Pouilly-Fumé from the Domaine Serge Dagueneau & Filles (€27 a bottle), an organic red Côtes-du-Rhône from the Château Les Quatre Filles (€27 a bottle)…. You can also head upstairs to the Belair bar, which serves cocktails all year round. Set menu €27 (weekday lunch), à la carte €31-66. // C.C.