More than just a bakery and coffee shop, this new upscale spot serves the kind of food you might find at a swanky French bistro. The melt-in-your-mouth thinly sliced beef carpaccio came with peppery arugula topped with traditional Parmigiano-Reggiano and a light vinaigrette. Oxtail ragù with a silky demi-glace coated fresh pappardelle pasta nicely, and the wagyu beef Le Burger can be a simple affair on its brioche bun or made decadent with the addition of foie gras. You won’t (and shouldn’t) resist the pastries displayed in their beautiful case; try the mole macaron.