Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
10, rue de Clignancourt
Phone: (33) 1 42234800
Fax: (33) 1 42234020
10, rue de Clignancourt, Paris, FR, 75018
- Phone: (33) 1 42234800
- Fax: (33) 1 42234020
For a classic Parisian experience, stop in to this bar au vins to indulge your taste buds. Le Vin au Vert offers a large selection of shockingly affordable wines by the glass, along with a selection of small plates and classic French dishes.
The bright colors and lively vibe of this tiny cafe at once catches the attention of diners upon entering. There are outdoor tables as well as indoor seats where one can enjoy the casual meals with friends. The staff is friendly and their fun demeanor rubs off on the customers, making for a pleasant meal. Drop by to recharge yourself with a memorable dinner.
This jazz bar and restaurant is situated in Montmartre, the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It has pink tablecloths, red benches, and bohemian accents that contribute to its warm, casual atmosphere.
The cafe and brasserie Botak Café has a very special charm. Situated only a couple of steps down from the Basilique du Sacré Coeur in Montmartre, it still seems like a hidden treasure. The small square in front of the Botak Café is covered with trees and makes your seat on the terrace feel like a Parisian dream. The staff is very nice and attentive. The Botak Café offers some traditional French plates and a good choice of wine. It is a very charming and cheap place for a drink after work!
This tiny restaurant is wonderfully cluttered and dim, awash in tarnished mirrors, crumbling dried flowers, books and other bric-a-brac. Glass chandeliers with real candles descend from the ceiling, and a large fresco with huge cracks adorns a wall. It sounds chaotic, but it's actually homey and intimate – perfect for a romantic evening. The cuisine in Chez Pétrelle is largely old-school French, with dishes such as ravioli de canard, agneau au lait des Pyrenees, and roasted pigeon gracing the menu. Parisians adore this cozy restaurant, maybe you will too.
Les Vivres is a small place with a relaxed atmosphere. You can sit here and eat, or take a parcel, if in a hurry. Everything that you get here is fresh and of good quality. Don't forget to try the Salmon Quiche, its delicious!
This tiny restaurant in the 18th arrondissement (also known as Montmartre) has only one thing on the menu: fondue. For EUR18, you get an apéro platter of cheese, meat, pickles and spicy potatoes, your choice of fondue savoyarde (cheese) or bourguignonne (meat) and, the pièce de résistance: wine in baby bottles. Your choice of red or white is poured into these old-fashioned glass biberons. Because of the restaurant's size, the tables are arranged very close together, and ladies may be offered a hand to jump over the table and onto the bench up against the wall, but this is all part of the charm. Note: those allergic to latex should ask for wines by the glass. -Emily Monaco
Au Grain de la Folie is a tiny little restaurant on the way up the Montmartre hill. It offers an adorable and cozy ambiance. The interior has still a touch of a 1970s countryside community and makes one forget about the busy city outside. The different vegetarian plates are freshly prepared with certified organic and fresh products. The owner is adorable, welcoming and always there for a little chat. The Grain de la Folie is a charming place for a dinner with friends or a more intimate dinner in a warm ambiance with healthy food.
Soft Jazz music and the 1925 décor glorify the old world charm at Le Relais de Montmartre restaurant. Situated at the foot of Montmartre Hill, this restaurant offers traditional cuisine and the cozy ambience will make your evening more delightful. Located just a few steps away from the Moulin Rouge, this brasserie becomes ideal for tourists and locals. After dinner, enjoy a good show of cabaret and some fine performances at the Moulin Rouge.
Come bask in the Italian way of life in the heart of Paris! La Pizzetta is a chic, modern interpretation of pasta and pizza dishes so central to Italian cuisine. The food is made with the freshest produce and home-made pasta, with a selection of complementary wines. Inside, it feels like you stepped inside a Fellini flick, with mod design and a young, disaffectedly hip clientèle.
The strikingly yellow facade that stands out on rue des Martyrs, is your entrance into this haven for delicious tapas. At Tapas Nocturnes guests are delighted with an extensive variety of tapas. Take your pick from, chicken, fish or meat filled goodies. Moreover, they also offer a range of vegetable preparations to please the hardcore vegetarian palate. The Poulpe à la Galicienne, bocadillo and Gambas à la Plancha are equally good. End your meal with an ice cream or a chocolate fondue.
Another feather in Montmartre’s bistro scene, Miroir makes its mark in one of Paris' hippest district. The fare is a haute cuisine take on traditional French flavors. Classics on the menu include swordfish tartare, pan-fried foie gras and crisp-skinned duck. The sommelier and co-owner makes great recommendations from the wine list to go with your meal. Their signature dessert petit pot de crème vanille served with mini chocolate cakes deserves a special mention. Chic decor of a crimson color palette makes for an elegant ambiance.