L’Entredgeu is place few American visitors have know about, but the Parisian bistro is frequented and adored by locals. The name comes from noted chef-owner, Phillipe Tredgeu, who manages the cooking, and his wife, who expertly runs the front of the house. The tiny, unpretentious restaurant in the Batignolles-Monceau area is typically crammed, and the snug arrangement of the tables makes casual chatter with neighboring diners almost unavoidable. Waiters carry a blackboard menu announcing the seasonal bistro fare, which can include battered oysters, caramelised pork belly, and quail with foie gras. The fixed-prix menu presents a real bargain, around 30 euros, for classic, well-prepared French cuisine.