STUCK LIKE GLOU: These days, Parisians favor good-value eateries like Glou, a new restaurant located on the hip Rue Vieille du Temple and already frequented by the likes of Marion Cotillard, Carole Bouquet and John Galliano. Glou offers straightforward
dishes made with excellent products at reasonable prices. For example, a generous plate of delicious Bellota ham or mini-sardines with a sweet and tender salad is available for 9 euros ($11 at current exchange), and organic salmon with sesame seeds and delicate spinach shoots for 19 euros ($24). For dessert, there are incredible Jacques Genin pastries for 8 euros ($10). Meanwhile, a new Costes restaurant located at 4 Place Saint Germain des Prés is scheduled to open in early March. Decorated by Christian Liaigre, the new eatery will also feature artwork from Sophie Lafont and Gérard Traquandi.
101 Rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd