Le Sancerre is a popular, rather brash bistro-bar that’s often crowded to capacity in the evening, especially on Saturday. Scruffy yet...
Le Soleil Gourmand
This cheery boutique and restaurant exudes the south of France with its warm décor and simple dishes like salads, savoury tarts and...
Bateau Lavoir information
Lonely Planet review
At No 11bis you’ll find the Bateau Lavoir, where Max Jacob, Amedeo Modigliani and Pablo Picasso – who painted his seminal Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) here – once lived in great poverty. Originally at No 13, the Bateau Lavoir burned down in 1970 and was rebuilt in 1978.