Americans aren’t used to seeing huge pork legs in the window, but many epiceries in Paris sell the highly prized Iberian Ham now officially known as Jambon Pata Negra (an appellation created by Spanish Royal Decree in January 2014). My favorite is the newly-opened hole in the wall in the Passage des Panoramas, Les Grands d’Espagne, selling gourmet baguette sandwiches at lunchtime with one of the six different cuts (patiently explained in detail by the multilingual staff). Around the corner right on the Grands Boulevards is Le BAT, with a selection of fish and meat tartartes, but also other tasty dishes like roasted guinea fowl (photo above) or grilled cod. There are plenty of tables in the contemporary dining room (and seats on the boulevard, but who can stand that noise?), although my favorite spot is right at the central bar where you can watch the chefs in action. Three-course menus are just €27, which seems like a steal when you get a taste of the food.