The Café de Paris is confusingly not in Paris but in Monte Carlo in the principality of Monaco. So technically, it’s not in France, but it’s been included because it’s home to the Crêpe Suzette, which is made from caramelised butter, tangerine and Grand Marnier liqueur – which is set alight just before serving. There are different stories about how the Suzette came to be created. Perhaps it was an accident when the Head Chef accidentally set the crêpe alight before serving it to the Prince of Wales, who loved it so much, he ate the sauce with a spoon. Another story suggests the crêpe was set alight to attract the audience’s attention during a show. Apparently, the use of liqueurs was commonplace among chefs at the time. Regardless, the crêpe and the restaurant has remained in common culture. The Café de Paris is almost permanently open and mythical in Monte Carlo; a place where you’ll get breakfast at midnight, if you want it, and its terrace is the place to meet everyone.