The oldest restaurant in Montmartre is a place that worth detour. The restaurant was built in 1879, and its decoration has not changed since that time which gives an incredible character.
It’s a real trip back in time as soon as you open the door of the Estaminet. Paintings around you, huge chandeliers and gas burners that dominate you with his 4m50 ceiling. Its small room with old paneling and mural paintings refer you to the time when Picasso, Apollinaire, Toulouse Lautrec and many others showed off with a glass of Absinthe in hand, in those bistros such as Bon Bock..
This restaurant offers you simple, well seasoned and authentic dishes. Don’t miss our piano evenings to get you away.