A leading restaurant in Montmartre, Bistro Poulbot specialises in traditional fine French cuisine. Run by chef Lorenzo Torrini, a Tuscany native, the meals are spiced up with Mediterranean flavours. House specialities include thick sliced salmon with diced bacon, onion, and lentils; veal tongue and brain with small potatoes covered in ravigote sauce; and shoulder venison stew with pear and autumn vegetables. The Bistro bears the name of painter Francisque Poulbot, who significantly helped children in need living on the Montmartre hilltop in the 1920s. A typical Bistro, Poulbot’s warm and inviting interior is made up of moleskin seats, wooden tables, and glass ball lights hanging from the ceiling.
Bistro Poulbot, 39 Rue Lamarck, Montmartre, Paris, France, +33 1 46 06 86 00