We were recommended La Mascotte by the owner of the flat we rented in Montmartre, and it proved to be an excellent, if somewhat expensive, choice for a birthday dinner. There's a distinct buzz, the decor is in line with that of a traditional Parisian brasserie, plenty of space for diners, and first-class service. The food was delicious: I was tentative with my choice of Saucisse de Lyon as a starter, and roasted cod with confit fennel and polenta as a mains, but loved both. My husband's faux-filet was full-flavoured, tender beef, and he shared his starter of six garlicky snails with me, which we both enjoyed. My aperitif, a Kir Mascotte, was made almost entirely with 'sirop' to start with, but when this was pointed out, the waitress whisked it away and stood over the bartender, instructing him, and presenting me with a perfect second version. Service was very attentive and professional. The total bill,with drinks for 2 courses (husband) 3 courses (me) was about 114 Euros. More than we usually spend, but it was for a special occasion and the meal was a classy one. I would add to our landlady's recommendation.
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