In L’Univers, spies from around the world gather to barter secrets. Countries who share common enemies and viewpoints will share “approved” information with fellow spies. They do so, of course, with the understanding they’ll receive equally important information in return. At L’Univers (The Mossad bureau overseeing relations with foreign services was once known as Tevel, meaning “Universe”), groups of spies meet outdoors, but upstairs is the most exclusive area of the café—a private club reserved for spies willing to share unapproved intelligence. The setting is a popular street corner in Paris, and the L’Univers is a real place.