Set back from the great tourist waves battering Montmartre, in a small street hidden at the foot of the Sacré-Coeur, No Problemo is a likeable little bar with a little terrace of just two tables outside. Inside, it's decorated with lamps shaped like portholes, a beautiful big boat propeller on the wall and the coat of arms ‘gastronomic ship’ engraved on the mirrors. This high quality bistro attracts a few tourists who’ve wandered off the beaten track and lots of regulars who have been seduced by their delicious homemade seafood dishes. A la carte, allow around €30 for a three-course meal that could include a dish of squid with chorizo, an amazing fish curry, succulent Roquefort ravioli or a gratin dauphinois. At lunchtimes, the set menu of soup, bruschetta and tarte tatin for €13 is light but restorative, and the salads are also worth trying. There’s live piano music and classic chanson every Thursday from the extremely popular group Les Blondes, so come early if you want to get a table.
|Venue name:||No Problemo||Contact:|
14 rue Charles Nodier
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10.30am-4.30pm, 6pm-2am|
|Transport:||Métro : Château Rouge|