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Bistrot servant des plats français revisités dans un décor épuré aux miroirs apportant un brin de fantaisie.
The place to go for fine dining in the neighborhood. Bistronomique type. All this for an affordable price. check the web site, but if you like good food, it's worth a visit
“Le Pantruche” is a great French Bistro for lunch or dinner, with an excellent quality of food and attentive staff. Very popular place, make a reservation.
“French gourmet restaurant, 19€ lunch menu (during week), so delicous don't forget to reserve your table!!”
“Bristot and wine bar where you can eat french food. It's a little bit expensive.”
“Though the seeds of change had been sown as far back as the late 2000’s, Pigalle’s neighbourhood makeover was sealed in 2015, with two milestone hotel openings. Jacques Garcia, arguably the most celebrated Parisian interior architect of our times, spectacularly transformed a Belle Époque pleasure house into what is now the chic, five-star Maison Souquet hotel. Meanwhile, Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon, the trio behind the Experimental Cocktail Club (ECC), also unveiled their first hotel, Grand Pigalle. The neighbourhood was finally shedding its once-florid image and blossoming into one of the hottest nightlife destinations in Paris. Now it’s positively de rigueur among the cool Parisian bobo set (bourgeois bohemians).”
“Cuisine simple, but with unexpected blend of flavors and subtle, 17-36€/person”
“Rue des Martyrs is one of the most animated streets in the 9th and 18th arrondissements. The neighborhood is full of small shops, often run by the same families for multiple generations and attracts both tourists and locals. The design of the space transports guests back in time with Spanish handmade tiles, authentic Belgian scales, orignal stone walls and a beautiful wood framework. The open storefront allows a magnificient view over this charming neighborhood.”