La Petite Chaise

The oldest restaurant in Paris, opened in 1680. The cabaret stars of Montmartre ate here, and were sketched by Toulouse-Lautrec, and it remains a bastion of tradition. The menu features French classics such as onion soup, snails, and duck breast. Three courses cost around €32

Guide to Paris, France
Guide to La Petite Chaise, Paris
36, Rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris +33 1 42 22 13 35 Saint-Thomas d'Aquin






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