Eat veal brains, sorrel and chili peppers at Le Servan

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When she was in her late 20's, chef Tatiana Levha opened a bistro in the 11th arrondissement of Paris with her sister, Katia. That was nearly two years ago and now Le Servan is one of the most popular restaurants in the city. The 40-table bistro serves French cuisine with an Asian twist.

Levha tells us which sour foods she likes most, walks us through some of the regular menu items at Le Servan — including poached veal brains with sorrel, butter and lemon that are "very tender and the taste is very pure and soft" — and gives up her favorite market for seafood and produce in the world.

Music: "Hoya Hoye" (instrumental) by Bole2Harlem and "So High" by Tom Maxwell