Dame Tartine

Restaurants, French 4e arrondissement
Dame Tartine

With its terrace overlooking the Stravinsky fountain next to the Centre Pompidou, Dame Tartine is a pleasant surprise in the busy Marais. After a visit to the museum, come here to relax in the calm and the sunshine and enjoy much more reasonable prices than other bars in the area, plus friednly efficient waiters, a rarity in this very touristy area. This bistro-restaurant offers a varied menu of huge warm or cold sandwiches for €10 – try, for example, the tartine with magrets de canard fumés and goat's cheese, or roasted vegetables, tapenade and Comté – in total more than ten appetising options. It could be hard to choose between these and the dishes of the day – when we visited, salmon with coconut sauce and marinated courgettes, chicken with morille mushrooms, and salmon tartare with ginger. To wash it all down, a very solid wine list (the Tariquet is particularly good).



Venue name: Dame Tartine
Address: 2 rue Brisemiche

Opening hours: Daily 9am-11.30pm
Transport: Métro : Rambuteau, Hôtel de Ville ou Châtelet

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The place looked nice from the outside so we expected the food to be nice as well. The food was disgusting (the worst salmon we've ever tried), and the service was just OK. 

We payed 5 euros for three tiny slices of a 2 euros cheese. Very disappointing.