8 Rue Garreau
With sleek, nearly all-black decor by Christophe Pillet, this hip Montmartre spot is one of the city's toughest reservations. Working directly in front of diners perched on stools at his counter, famed Kyoto chef Eichi Edakuni creates brilliant East-meets-West small plates. Every night there is a single tasting menu of six to eight courses that might begin with a large tempura oyster served with a deep-fried chicken liver and a seaweed salad and proceed to dishes like sardine dumplings and taro root-and-foie gras beignets before concluding with a luscious green tea flan.
Tip: Keep your hard-to-clean designer gear at homeyou're bound to leave tiny Guilo Guilo smelling like tempura (tasting menu, $58).