Situated at the foot of the hill and mere steps away from the Theatre Workshop, Le bon Bock proudly proclaims itself to be the oldest restaurant in Montmartre. And indeed, it’s possible to imagine that very little has changed since its 1879 construction, as everything from the chandeliers to gas lamps and wooden beams resonates with a feeling of authenticity. Le bon Boc’s cuisine is as traditional as its decor, revisiting classic French dishes presented in an unpretentious, time-honoured manner. Through both its cuisine and general ambience, this unique restaurant offers a look back at the days when Montmartre was synonymous with bohemian, artsy types – indeed, one can just picture Toulouse Lautrec enjoying some absinthe in one of its cosy corners.
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2 Rue Dancourt