In context : To the Grands Boulevards and beyond
(From : Société Générale Head Agency). Go on on the Grands Boulevards (Haussmann and Montmartre boulevards, in that order) until the subway station of the same name. The restaurant will be at the beginning of Montmartre street, going left a little after Grévin Museum (a famous wax museum).
You must go there at least once. At the Bouillon Chartier, founded in 1896 and classified as histoic monument, you'll find the quintessential parisian table service, pushed to the extreme.
In its large room with columns and a menazzine, you'll eat quickly (even if you'll probably have to wait in line before at the entrance), often sharing your table with other customers, and the check will be handwritten straight on the paper tablecloth. But this doesn't mean that the food is bad, on the contrary.
- Opening hours - Tuesday to sunday, 11.30am-10pm