Shared plates are currently the preferred way to dine out in Paris and this somewhat edgy restaurant down a dark alleyway in the 11th arrondisement does them best. The quirky restaurant has the feel of a ’60s dinette with mismatched tables and chairs, a tile floor, and a chalkboard menu. The young Swedish chef David Kjellstenius is brilliant and does wonders in the restaurant’s pint-sized kitchen. Standout dishes included roasted carrots with dukkah, langoustines with oysters and rocket, and tender octopus with romanesco. Wash it all down with a bottle of organic wine from the excellent wine list.