9. Gusteau’s, in Ratatouille (2007)

Living in New York City has gifted us with the rare ability to consider eye contact with a rat part of our daily routine. So, Ratatoulle's Remy the rat working as the head chef of Gusteau’s would not be enough to deter us (or even make us flinch), especially when he's serving up elegant French cuisine.

If Remy's signature dish, ratatouille, is good enough to woo restaurant critic Anton Ego's strigent tastebuds, we're sure it will pass the test on our slighly-less discerning palletes. And, yes, by "slightly less discerning," we mean "considers Ellios pizza and Hot Pockets to be fine dining."