Restaurants in Montmartre: Le Moulin de la Galette

Restaurants in Montmartre: Le Moulin de la Galette

Montmartre may be one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Paris, but this affection hasn’t always translated to good eating for visitors. Now, though, one of the most famous restaurants in the area, the charming old 17th-century windmill known as Le Moulin de la Galette has reopened after a stylish renovation with a very appealing new menu.

Pride of place here goes to beef from Scotland, the US and Argentina, depending on the cut, cooked on a Spanish-made Josper grill. It makes for a fine feast after a starter – maybe escargots, terrine de foie gras de canard or house-smoked organic Irish salmon. There’s also a good assortment of other dishes, including, for example, scallops in maltaise sauce, cod roasted with thyme, and wild duck with cabbage.

Don’t miss the chocolate mousse or the organic lemon meringue tart for dessert, and note that they have a charming outdoor terrace for warm-weather dining. As it has become very popular with the locals since it reopened, reservations are essential.

Le Moulin de la Galette, 83 rue Lepic, Paris 18th. +33 1 46 06 84 77. Average price à la carte: €40.

From France Today magazine

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Alexander Lobrano grew up in Connecticut, and lived in Boston, New York and London before moving to Paris, his home today, in 1986. He was European Correspondent for Gourmet magazine from 1999 until its closing, and has written about food and travel for Saveur, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, Travel & Leisure, Departures, Conde Nast Traveler, and many other publications in the United States and the United Kingdom. He is the author of HUNGRY FOR PARIS, 2nd Edition (Random House, 4/2014), HUNGRY FOR FRANCE (Rizzoli, 4/2014), and MY PLACE AT THE TABLE, newly published in June 2021.

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