We loved the food, wine and atmosphere. Montmartre is a wonderful area and our dinner at Le Poulbot was the highlight!
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My friend Miranda and I had such a good dinner at this cute and cozy restaurant. There was one waiter, one barkeep, and one chef (I LOVE that!). We tried to speak French to our waiter, Thomas, and when he responded in English it gave...More
In the Montmartre touristland, this is a rare find! Good and fresh products, great recipes, delightful service.... Leave the crowds on Place du Tertre and, very nearby, escape to a little street called rue Poulbot (after one of Montmartre's celebrities). Then look for the colorful...More
If you visit this area, don’t go to a tourist honey trap come here and experience quality delicious food. This wonderful small restaurant offers everything; excellent decor, very friendly service - helpful, cheerful but not false or pushy - and above all, the most amazing...More
Ina Garten's favorite bread in Paris, and the best pain au chocolat I had. The smell of fresh bread in the little bakery front was to die for.
Delicious wine, duck confit, and creme brulee. My meal exceeded my expectations, and the service is lovely! Cozy, cute decor. Highly recommend.