Paris, France

Chef Adrien Ferrand and sommelier Félix Le Louarn are behind Eels, a corner restaurant that’s been making waves in Paris’s 10th arrondissement since its 2017 opening. Named in recognition of Ferrand’s fascination with the slippery creatures, the English pronunciation being simpler than the French ‘anguilles’. The bright dining room features brick walls, vases of wild flowers and an open kitchen. Innovative dishes, meanwhile, showcase fresh herbs and citrus flavours. The signature smoked eel with Granny Smith apple or grilled white asparagus with a bergamot vinaigrette are both emblematic.

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27 Rue d'Hauteville, 10th arrondissement, Paris, 75010 Paris