This restaurant claims to have amongst it's past diners Van Gogh, Renoir and Cezanne, but we only clued into this fact once inside. It's very 'pretty' on the outside and has a lovely terrace where we opted to dine and make the most of the sunshine. I was there with my niece and mum and we were all happy with our meal choices.The French onion soup was yummy but the snails were a tad dry. The mains were a bit pricey (Euro 17-19) but very French, (Canard Orange, Estoufade de Boeuf and menu bistrot) really tasty and the fact that it took them time to get them out to us meant they weren't a microwave job. Service was good and on the day we were there the restaurant was filled with mostly French speaking clientele-always a good sign. The wine selection is extensive, but as it was lunchtime I opted for a glass of Bordeaux, good and very reasonably priced! If the selection of restaurants in Monmatre seems overwhelming and you want something non-tourist trappy and good enough for the crème of the crème of French Impressionists then don't hesitate.
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