JOËL ROBUCHON: Le Pré Catelan
"Chef Frédéric Anton worked with me for many years and has a style of cooking that I particularly enjoy. His personality shows in his food."
LAURENT TOURONDEL: Brasserie Lipp
"In the heart of the Saint-Germain; it's a 1926 Art Deco brasserie serving classic French foods to artists and politicians."
LAURENT GRAS: Restaurant Chartier
"I used to go there when I was a cook fifteen years ago, as the meal was very inexpensive. It is a very Parisian place."
JAMES PETERSON: La Tour d'Argent
"For lunch because of the view, if not so much for the food. Although the canard au sang, their signature dish, is always good and presented in such an unpretentious way."
ERIC RIPERT: Les Deux Magots
"It's always a scene."