Paris is Paris, with her boulevards with their wide expanses of sky. And then there’s Place della Madeleine, one of my favourite spots: the church in the middle, a replica of a Greek temple with 52 Corinthian columns, and so much life around. The Madeleine who gave her name to the square has nothing to do with the sweet treat that stirs childhood memories in Proust, yet I have a memory of this magical place: the first time I came to the Kaviar Kaspia. I was a guest at the engagement party of my New York friend Adam and I felt straight at home: the place is beautiful and serves the best caviar in the world. That day I met the maitre d’, Ramon, who explained how the delicacies of the maison can also be enjoyed at home. There is a packaging that caught my eye more than the others: it is for date night and is called Tète à tète. As the name says, it is to be eaten in company. It needs to be someone special, very special: if you don’t have a special someone, do what I did: put on The Notebook DVD and bon appétit! – by Lavinia.