It may be difficult to get past the dessert case in this French fairyland bistro, shimmering with cakes, tarts and truffles adorned with edible flowers, buttercream frosting and gusts of glitter. But what really rocks for romance are Amy’s homemade lobster pasta pillows. First, there’s the provocative “pillows” name, adding a seductive note to respectable ravioli. Then, there’s the lobster, which is cradled in an orgy of seafood-ricotta stuffing, ladles of bisque-like lobster sauce glistening with cream and truffle butter and crowned with a whole baby lobster tail. Lobster is a renowned aphrodisiac, tracing back to the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, and celebrated by modern-day doctors for containing many of the nutrients necessary for peak sexual health. There’s low-fat protein to sustain those long nights of passion. There’s zinc and B-12, said to help stir sexual desire. Then – dare we be so naughty as to say it – there’s the very shape of the seafood, which is phallic in a funky kind of way. Chef/owner Amy Bouzaglo is a generous sort, too, so a single entrée is suitable for sharing, all the better for spooning with your sweetie.