In 2014, Le Servan, an airy, light-filled bistro, opened its doors in Paris' 11th arrondissement, an up-and-coming neighborhood that has since become the hub of cool. At its helm: Tatiana (left) and Katia Levha, two Philippine-French sisters. Tatiana honed her skills at L'Arpège and L'Astrance, and in her small, open kitchen, turns out inventive yet comforting dishes, like clams in Thai basil broth and asparagus with tandoori cream. Katia sources the impeccable wine list and runs the warm, informal service. Sit down for a meal, and Katia comes over to recommend a glass or answer a question about an appetizer. As she goes to confer with Tatiana about something, you feel as if you're dining at the home you wish you had—a feat all the more impressive because of the sisters' youth. Here are a few spots around the city that are run by the people who inspire and feed the two restaurateurs.