Le Consulat in Montmartre, Paris
The white-domed Basilica of the Sacré Cœur was the motivation for our visit to Montmartre, but it was the delightful Parisian cafés that left a lasting impression. One that stood out from the rest is the charming Le Consulat, an old café and bar à vins on the Rue Norvins.
This tall, thin restaurant spills into the cobblestone streets of Montmartre, attracting locals and tourists with its fresh baked goods, espresso, beer and wine. It’s the quintessential French café, complete with small round tables, white stone walls and colourful flowers hanging in the window.
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