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Where to eat in Montmartre

The most sought-after addresses to tour the most artistic neighborhood of Paris from table to table.

Jeanne B, a modern grill with a relaxed atmosphere © Jeanne B


Etsi is a restaurant located in the heart arty Y foody from district 18, led by Mikaela Liaroutsos. The chef has created a simple, pleasant space with a bright atmosphere in which the greek cuisine (in tribute to its origins) and the french.

This neighborhood restaurant offers recipes made with seasonal products and exquisite dishes to share, in memory of the large family tables of his childhood in Greece. Mikaela conveys the pleasure of the art of receiving and the delicacy of the flavors, smells and sensations of the cuisine of their land.

Its decoration, of Mediterranean air, will transport you to the coast and its large concrete counter and the touches of blue, in the style of Mykonos, recreate a tavern spirit of the Cyclades Islands.

Among its delicacies, you will taste the cream of scallops with boukovo, a smoked pepper; grilled octopus; Sautéed clams, coriander, gengible and lemon verbena; roasted cauliflower and celery accompanied by feta, pomegranate and pistachios; poivrade artichokes, poutargue and hazelnuts or the veal with beet hummus and feta fries.

Highlights its natural and bio Greek wines, as the Retsina of Tetramythos in the Peloponnese; a white of one of the oldest strains of Santorini or a Kotsifali red wine from Lyrarakis (Crete).

Grilled octopus on Etsi © Etsi


Jeanne B is a modern grill with a relaxed atmosphere, ideal for any time of the day. Located in the rue Lepic, one of the best known streets of the quartier but without falling into the topic of tourist restaurants.

In the mild months you can choose to enjoy your nice terrace with striped stools in sailor style.

They offer a cave With good wines. Besides, his epic series, select a variety of tasty top quality products such as their croatian pâtés, gravlax salmon, tuna belly ... And their dishes such as painted with morels, the rabbit with hazelnuts, the stuffed squid, the gray petits escargots cake and his best-seller, the roast chicken from farm pattes noires de Challans. For the sweet tooth, they offer James Berthier guimauves and lemon cheesecake.

You can also do your shopping to organize dinner at home. And if you love the picnic moment, order one of their baskets with Conquet sausage, a terrine, the classic radish combo with butter and pickles, another product to choose from and of course a crispy baguette.

Facade of Jeanne B © Jeanne B


A good gastronomic plan on the way to Sacré Coeur is to take a break at La Dégustation, a modern cellar and champagne bar, in the hands of Antoine Westermann ideal for pecking delicacies.

It offers a varied menu and a relaxed “Spanish style” around its pleasant bar. Among its delicacies, you will taste the black angus veal toast, The blanquette de veau Westermann style with pilaf rice or an amazing bird burger with caramelized pineapple, canons and foie gras from canard snake.

Its exquisite, homemade and top quality products They are the result of your chef's selection. And in his epic series you will taste a delicious terrine de volaille from the nearby restaurant Le Coq Rico, vegetables from Mon Vieil Ami, rillettes, tarama or la famous Westermann cake made with veal, pork and foie gras de canard.

You can take with you an assortment of delicatessen, such as sardines and mackerel roe from the Conserveria do Lisboa, coppa Lunga della Bessa, jambon from Paris, honey from alpine hives and of course succulent cheeses and wines from small winemakers.

Et oui, well sir, as well they offer a weekend brunch.

La Dégustation © La Dégustation


This contemporary address has opened its doors a few months ago after a simple but warm decoration, in blue and wood tones.

It boasts of its large kitchen open to the dining room after which its chef Romain Lamon is observed, who has previously worked at the Bristol Hotel, and at the Ritz.

In their assiettes, of delicate French cuisine, fresh seasonal products dominate such as sea bass with artichokes and white manquequilla with nori; the beef tartare, eel and wasabi and to culminate a succulent honey and almond strudel.

To accompany your recipes, savor the selection of wines from small winemakers that your sommelier will show you Julia Sfez; already they have around 70 references.

Polissons © Polissons Facebook


Ken Kawasaki It is a Franco-Japanese restaurant located at the foot of the hill of Montmartre. Gather few cutlery around a bar where you can appreciate the precision of the fish cut as well as the completion and presentation of the dishes.

In it two young Japanese chefs allude to Hiroshima (origin of one of them) in their creations. Mix of gastronomy of terroir French with products like butter, vichyssoise ... with other Japanese like black sesame, or nori bread.

Let yourself be carried away by its many aromas thanks to its high-flight tasting menu consisting of five dishes: cockles and razors with herbs; sea ​​bass with mochi and grapefruit pulp; rice souffle with roasted soy sauce and shitake mushroom; beef steak, seaweed salt and raw wasabi with dauphinois gratin and salsifis; ginger soup or lamb stew with bitter buds and buckwheat.

If you like sake let yourself be advised by its experts; You will appreciate even more this unique and refined cuisine.

You will be surprised by the combination of essences in their desserts, such as the red pepper and cherry ice cream, the black olive and crumble mousse; the cannelés with shincha tea, or the black macaron take-sumi.


It is an old traditional mill, later converted into guinguette; and one of the few that remain in this area.

The Moulin de la Galette is an institution in Montmartre, which recalls the popular dances of the nineteenth century, symbolic of this neighborhood and very frequented by painters such as Renoir who shaped them in his famous painting Bal au moulin de la Galette.

He is currently a bistro-chic that will make you live the picturesque Parisian style of this lovely environment In a modern environment.

It offers classic French traditional cuisine such as escargots; the fermier car; the scallops; charcoal roasted meat; the citronella foie gras poêlé, juniper and fondant beet or a juicy suckling pig. As a dessert you will taste its light millefeuille de caramel au beurre salé.

In summer, nothing like its outdoor tables in its cobbled courtyard, a true haven of peace as if you were in the countryside.

Moulin de la Galette © Moulin de la Galette


You can go to one of the exhibitions of the Museum of Montmartre as the current one Montmatre decorated cinema and after this rest on the beautiful and leafy bucolic terrace of your Renoir coffee. This greenhouse and garden with its rattan furniture is perfect for a light snack and continue the route.

Café Renoir © Café Renoir


A monoproduct pâtisserie specialized in chouquettes, a kind of aerial donut with a slightly crunchy shell that they prepare here with 100% bio ingredients. Their special touch is that they fill it with a light chantilly cream, all homemade.

Here called choupettes They prepare them in the same pastry, fluffy and delicious. You can order them to take away or order them by dozens to sweeten a Parisian party.

To end the visit of the neighborhood, and stroll through the famous basilica, the place du Tertre and its alleys ... give yourself a relaxed moment with a drink in Le Très Particulier, the bar of Hotel Particulier Montmartre, a very chic place nestled in an old house and sheltered from agitation. Taste your select cocktails as The gambler based on hibiscus rum, lime juice and homemade passion fruit syrup; the Egoïste with thyme gin and lemon, with chamomile syrup fait maison and grapefruit or the Valmont, a perfect blend of Calvados, pomme-cannelle syrup, lemon and cider.

Oh la la!

Les Choupettes de ChouChou © Les Choupettes de ChouChou

Video: Vlog 4. Dining in Montmartre, Paris Eat like local - MARCEL (February 2020).

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