It’s official: Le Sancerre, a once popular rock bar that attracted everyone from alcohol-fuelled transvestites to tourists and local bobos, has cleaned up its act. Gone forever is the cheap beer and trashy music. Instead you’ll find a buzzing 1930’s style café with traditional fare and bourgeois punters who fight for a spot on the terrace. Fans of its former incarnation will undoubtedly be disappointed, but time moves on, and today’s Sancerre is far more suited to Montmartre’s yuppie residents. If you’re in the area, pop by for a glass of chardonnay and the Sancerre’s special triple burgers (filled respectively with guacamole, cheddar and bacon) – possibly the only thing not to have changed.
|Venue name:||Le Sancerre||Contact:|
35 rue des Abbesses
|Opening hours:||Open 7am-2am daily.|
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They are rude to amaericans I am a single woman with two quiet children and there was no reason to be rude to me I was apologetic for not speaking French. Our first waiter disappeared after his shift ended then someone realized we had no staff stepped in, asked if I spoke French and when I did not he refused to wait on me and instead sent someone who spilled lemonade in me and then it just got better. Avoid this Restraunt.