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Located in the 18th Arrondissement, this elevated rural neighborhood on the outskirts of the city has a collection of bistrots, brasseries and cafés that exude hints of old village charm. Walk up the highly photographed stairs or ride to the top on the tiny white train.

Eating here can be a challenge, there are hits and misses. A few tried and true:

La Balançoire
6 Rue Aristide Bruant, 75018
www.restaurantlabalancoire.fr/
Bistrot/brasserie/cafe with reasonable prices, cozy atmosphere: Plat : 12 €, Entrée + Plat : 15 €, Plat + Dessert : 15 €, Entrée + Plat + Dessert : 18€

Un Zebre a Montmartre
38 rue Lepic, 75018
http://www.unzebreamontmartre.fr
try the lasagna or duck

Chamarré Montmartre
52 Rue Lamarck, 75018
http://www.chamarre-montmartre.com

Menu: 39 €

Crème de potiron et mousse de lait
or
Samossa de canard confit, mesclun et crème de champignons
Dos de saumon, 
pilaf et jardinière au combava, 
mousseline de légumes verts
or
Bœuf braisé à l’ancienne, sauce marchand de vin et ses raviolis maison
Salade de fruits aux agrumes sorbet mangue
or
Trilogie chocolat
. Glace cacao, écume chocolat au lait, mousse chocolat blanc au lait d’amande

CREMAILLAIRE

La Cremaillere 1900
15, place du Tertre, 75018 Paris
http://www.cremaillere1900.com
The dining room has a 1900’s décor with paintings from the Belle Époque, and the private garden is one of the most beautiful spots in Paris, with its Wallace fountain, cobblestones and horse chestnut trees.

Chez Plumeau
4 place du Calvaire, 75018
Order one of the specials or carpaccio of beef
Highly Recommend: under the wisterias, away from the crowds

A few more to check out: Le Bal Café, Chéri Bibi, La Table d’Eugène, Le Petit Trianon, Le Relais Gascon, Marcel, Le Coq Rico

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