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Perched on arguably the most beautiful avenue in the world, L’Alsace has a highly admirable punt at being a restaurant to match. Turn of the century decor, bevelled mirrors and wood panelling create an atmosphere of historic intrigue, but it’s the food that keeps the loyal clientele coming back – famous French and Alsatian specialities like sauerkraut and trays of shellfish being the pride of the menu. Or maybe it’s the fact that L’Alsace quite literally never closes its doors that makes it such a hit? A 24 hour opening policy means that late dinners for clubbers and early breakfasts for the severely jetlagged often overlap, both enjoying this perfect setting to watch the world go by at any time of day, or indeed night.