Our abridged, meal-by-meal guide to where to eat now.


Oeuf à la coque at Claus: The perfectly cooked four-minute organic egg at this book-ahead épicerie-café comes in an adorable hand-sewn chick-shaped cozy. 14 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, First Arr.; no dinner. $


Turbot rôti at Les Jalles: A chic crowd fills the Deco-tinged spot for such modern bistro dishes as oven-roasted turbot, which comes with salsify, marrow, and potatoes au gratin. 14 Rue des Capucines, Second Arr. $$$


Veau chaud at Terroir Parisien: His Le Meurice restaurant may have three Michelin stars, but Yannick Alléno is currently earning raves for the hot dog at his locavore bistro: veal sausage inside a fresh baguette, topped with gribiche sauce. 20 Rue St.-Victor, Fifth Arr. $$$


Berlingots de chèvre frais at La Dame de Pic: At the first (and long-awaited) Paris restaurant from celebrated toque Anne-Sophie Pic, the green-tea-flavored pasta is filled with smoked goat cheese and served with seasonal mushrooms and Atsina-cress shoots in a foamy broth. 20 Rue du Louvre, First Arr. $$$$


Mille-feuille at Abri: This recent arrival in the increasingly epicurean 10th serves one of the city’s best iterations of the famed multilayered pastry—a crisply caramelized version that Japanese chef Katsuaki Okiyama tops with vanilla crème and sliced fruit. 92 Rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière, 10th Arr.; 33-1/83-97-00-00. $$$

For the Flight Home

Doigts de fée at Sébastien Gaudard: Head to this charming patisserie near Montmartre for blue-ribbon-wrapped silver boxes of divine “fairy fingers”—skinny meringues in vanilla, coffee, and raspberry flavors. 22 Rue des Martyrs, Ninth Arr.; no dinner. $

Restaurant Pricing Key
$ Less than $25
$$ $25 to $75
$$$ $75 to $150
$$$$ More than $150