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Don’t tell the masses standing dutifully in the queue at the iconic, old-fashioned restaurant Chartier that there’s a much better...
7 rue du Faubourg Montmartre · interesting places nearby
Chartier started life as a bouillon (soup kitchen) in 1896 and is a real gem because of its justifiably famous, 330-seat belle époque dining room. It’s no longer the deal as it once was, but for a taste of old-fashioned Paris, it’s unbeatable. Reservations are not accepted and some customers have been turned away at the last minute on busy nights – if there’s a long queue, head elsewhere.