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Le Petit Trianon by Barbra Austin

Le Petit Trianon

The menu at Le Petit Trianon is typical café and brasserie fare: Croques monsieur et madame, salads, and tartines. Open 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day, continuously.

Practical information

Address: 80 boulevard de Rochechouart, 75018
Nearest transport: Anvers (2)
Hours: Open every day, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Reservations: Reservations not necessary
Telephone: 01 44 92 78 00
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French

Reviews of interest

Aaron Ayscough (2011) “…a perfectly enjoyable meal…If not a gastronomic odyssey by any means…obvious bistro fare at all-hours at reasonable prices with good ingredients…The wines list, if not exactly heavy on natural selections, at least contains them.”

John Talbott (2011) “The decor is simply scrumptious…leeks were wonderful; classic, proper and tart…I cannot say the same about the pork ribs and/or tagliatelles; the pork tasted like yesterday’s dessicated try at BBQ and the pasta was totally without character.  I returned both barely touched to the kitchen; no comment was made…”

Alexander Lobrano (2011) “With good food at good prices and very pleasant service, Le Petit Trianon should serve as a template for anyone else who’s looking to revive a local cafe or create a place that suits the gastronomic tastes of Parisians out for an expedient but pleasant meal.”

Emmanuel Rubin (2011) “Tartare et son cornet de frites : basique. Club ficelle au poulet : alors là, franchement, ça où un poulet crudités du coin de la rue… Riz au lait : très réussi.”

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Not Terrible Near the Sacré-Cœur

Montmartre is a neighborhood which, like all tourist centers, presents a challenge to anyone hoping to eat well. We can’t help you avoid the pickpockets around the Sacré-Cœur, but we can help you bypass the tourist trap eateries.

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Walk-Ins Welcome

1. La Table d’Eugène – This back-of-the-hill bistro is packed with both locals and New York Times-reading gastronauts.

2. Le Bal Café – A great place to take little ones who can run around in the playground across the walkway while you drink a Pimm’s cup and dig into some seriously good neo-British cooking at this café/exhibition space on a quiet impasse.

3. Jeanne B – A cheerful clone of Jeanne A for the underserved Montmartre neighborhood – this casual eatery and take-out epicerie is open seven days a week with continuous service.

4. Chéri Bibi – This flea market-decorated joint is where you’ll find the cheapest prices, the most traditional French cooking, and the youngest crowd. On the east side of the hill, toward Château Rouge.

5. Miroir – A stylish bistro in the heart of Abbesses, they also run a no-reservations wine bar across the street, in case the resto is booked up.

6. Soul Kitchen – This cozy coffee shop run by the Anzel sisters has a limited menu of veggie centric dishes that change each day.

7. La Rallonge – A casual wine bar from Chef Geoffroy Maillard serving Spanish-ish small plates, just down the street from La Table d’Eugene. Don’t miss the risotto–elbow noodles with a creamy truffled mushroom sauce and served in a tiny Staub casserole.

8. Le Petit Trianon – There’s nothing groundbreaking about this neo-vintage café, except that some thought and effort has gone into the menu and product sourcing.

9. Le Relais Gascon – What people mean when they talk about “the big salad place.” Pure sud-ouest kitsch.

10. Marcel – Join neighborhood families at this sunny corner spot for respectable Brit and American-inspired fare (fish and chips, a B.L.T.).

11. Coquelicot – One of several great bakeries on rue des Abbesses, you can take your sandwich or savory tarte sur place at this charmer.

12. Gontran Cherrier – Forget baguettes and go for Cherrier’s squid-ink roll filled with gravlax, or a green arugula bun filled with seasonal vegetables. Or try one of his thin-crusted savory tarts.

Book A Few Days in Advance

13. Chamarré Montmartre – Antoine Heerah infuses haute French technique with flavors from his Ile-de-Maurice homeland. The terrace is where you want to be.

14. Le Coq Rico – Antoine Westermann’s poultry-focused table gives new meaning to upscale barnyard cooking.

Book A Few Weeks in Advance 

15. Guilo Guilo – Reserve well in advance for a seat at the counter where you can watch Kyoto chef Eichi Edakuni prepare a unique tasting menu of exquisite, modern Japanese cooking.

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