If we had to pick the absolute must neo-bistro in Paris, we’d have to choose Septime. Its industrial decor showcases wood and steel, and welcomes lovers of good food for a culinary journey. It is through this modern and inventive cuisine that the chef Bertrand Grébaut creates tasty and epicurean recipes to discover. Pork belly, cockles and cider juice, and St Jacques tartare with turnips and sorrel cream will delight even the most demanding palate. Fresh, seasonal, innovative and delicious flavor combinations make Septime a staunch favorite of the capital. Therefore, it’s not by chance that the Michelin Guide awarded one star to the establishment and it has just entered the 2016 ranking of the 50 best restaurants in the world, established annually by a panel of 972 international professionals, catering and meeting within the Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy.