Le Café qui Parle
Cimetière de Montmartre Entrance & Conservation Office
This is the entrance to the Montmartre cemetery.
Cimetière de Montmartre
Established in 1798, this 11-hectare cemetery is perhaps the most celebrated necropolis in Paris after Père Lachaise. It contains the...
Choose among the housemade terrines, stuffed veggies, salads, meat pies or roasted lamb and chicken at this gourmet sit-down deli....
24 rue Caulaincourt, 18e · interesting places nearby
Le Café qui Parle information
The Café qui Parle is a fine example of where modern-day eateries are headed in Paris. It offers inventive, reasonably priced dishes prepared by owner-chef Damian Moeuf amid comfortable surroundings. Regulars love the art on the walls and ancient safes down below (the building was once a bank). A popular brunch is served on weekends, though it gets mixed reviews.