Just a street or two away from the bustle the top of Montmartre is this little cafe. My family and I ate there for an evening meal and whilst not cheap, we were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food, whilst watching the other tourists outside (apparently it was the home of some famous painter!) We had the taglietelle withe duck, the Chicken in Tarragon sauce and the Spaghetti Bolognese. All very good and my daughter raved about the chicken dish. For sweet, we had crepes, chocolate mousse ( a little grainy) and the creme caramel (very very nice). The only downside was that I paid a euro extra for Chantilly cream for my daughter's crepe and it was squirty cream from a can. Come on guys...you can do better than that. It would have been 5 points not 4! Watch out for the drinks as they are not cheap and that is what pushed us over 100 euros for the four of us. So, not cheap but a very pleasant meal in a pretty cottage type cafe.
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