Ma Biche is a restaurant located in the heart of magical Montmartre, where time stands still. Enter into a vintage, unique and cozy atmosphere, where black-and-white films are projected every evening outdoors on a very romantic and tiny street. Ma Biche is typical French cuisine – the type your grandmother would make with so much love…only revisited. Fresh and made with organic ingredients, it comes directly from the local producer right to your plate.
The young chef and owner Pascal wants nothing but an awesome grandmother in the kitchen, and the producer to tell his story, serving you his best product. Storytelling is a magnificent and insightful art, especially through food; at Ma Biche, they want to heighten your senses with something more: take you back in time, tell stories through black-and-white films, old vinyl music, and tableware worthy of Paris’ Belle Époque.
Feel like Marie Antoinette with the fantastic desserts or immerse yourself in a dish worthy of Escoffier, but more importantly, relax, delight and enjoy a romantic and cozy dinner, with your lover, friend or family member while watching an old film. Take note, Ma Biche also produces their own wine, which pairs exquisitely with their dishes.
Fall in love again…under Montmartre’s summer sky!
Ma Biche is open every evening from 7pm onwards. The black-and-white film screenings start around 9pm.
Ma Biche, 12 rue Véron, 75018, Paris, France, +33 (0)1 42 58 22 20
By Laura Rojas