À la Grande Bleue
Cimetière de Montmartre
Established in 1798, this 11-hectare cemetery is perhaps the most celebrated necropolis in Paris after Père Lachaise. It contains the...
Two-floor gallery specialising in contemporary photography exhibits, with ties to Magnum Photos. It's not central, but there's an...
This Clichy post has made a name for itself with a relaxed-but-hip local following and Anglo expats. It has excellent cocktails...
La Tête de Goinfre
This funny place, whose name translates as ‘Glutton Head’, has a piggy theme, and cute little figurines pepper the joint. As for the...
4 rue Lantiez · interesting places nearby
À la Grande Bleue information
You’ll find unusual barley couscous (€11.80 to €18.50) prepared in the style of the Berbers (Kabyles) of eastern Algeria, as well as the usual semolina variety (€10 to €17.50), tajines (€13 to €23) and savoury-sweet pastilla au poulet (chicken pastilla; €18.50). The rare crêpes berbères (Berber crêpes; €8.50 to €11.50) require a minimum of four people. We love the blue and yellow décor, the art on the walls and the warm welcome.