5 rue du Nil
The most upscale of Paris’s Frenchie restaurant trio is Frenchie Restaurant, helmed by the illustrious Chef Grégory Marchand. Since its opening in 2009, Frenchie has been abuzz in the Paris food scene, meaning availability is minimal and wait times are long. But if you pay a visit at lunchtime on a Thursday or Friday, you’ll likely be able to indulge in Frenchie’s prix-fixe-only menu sans hassle. The boldly flavored dishes change seasonally, but you can expect options like calamari gazpacho with squash blossoms and braised lamb with roasted eggplant and spinach.