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Le Petit Moulin Restaurant

A Traditional French restaurant in the heart of Montmartre.

Nearby Attractions

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Saint-Pierre de Montmartre
An unsung gem of a medieval church, Saint-Pierre started life in the 12th century as a renowned women's monastery.
Moulin de la Galette
A windmill in the historic Montmartre district that has been immortalised in works by Renoir and Van Gogh.
Hearty brunch
Sit down with new friends and the bistro's local owner to indulge in a hearty, local brunch.
Amélie's 'Café des Deux Moulins'
Amélie Was Filmed at the Café des Deux Moulins in Montmartre, this mythical place, which has existed since the early 20th century, references the two windmills of Montmartre: The famous Moulin Rouge and the Moulin de la Galette.
Van Gogh's House
It's a hidden Gem in Montmartre, where Vincent Van Gogh and his brother Théo lived from 1886 to 1888.
Bateau Lavoir
From 1889 the "Bateau-Lavoir" was the most famous place for artistic creation in the heart of Montmartre. A place to live and discuss for many painters, writers, actors and art sellers.

Related Tours

Montmartre Brunch Tour for Foodies
What could be more Parisian than spending a morning in Montmartre with a chef, shopping at a market, then making and enjoying a meal in his restaurant? On your small group tour with a chef, you will:

  • Meet your chef-and-guide at a pre-arranged spot in the Montmartre section of Paris.
  • Wander through the market and local shops, picking up cheese, fruit, fresh bread, chocolate, and more.
  • Prepare a meal alongside the chef in the kitchen of his restaurant, including making a classic French dish. 
  • Learn to make a classic French dish – some days it’s escargot, others it’s Beef Bourguignon. It all depends on what’s in season and available – the true Parisian way!
  • Gather around the table to indulge in the four-course meal you’ve prepared, alongside four perfectly paired wine tastings

Wander the streets which were once home to Van Gogh, Matisse, and Picasso, shopping in the local markets and in a neighborhood that has certainly earned a reputation as one of the most artistic and inspirational areas of Paris. On your tour, you’ll see Montmartre’s iconic sites with a local, passing by the tourist spots, as you dart in and out of cheese and chocolate shops. Then, enjoy the experience of a lifetime, cooking in a French restaurant kitchen with one of the city’s friendliest and most charismatic chefs. You’ll spend a few hours in his kitchen, alongside a handful of others (up to 12 people total), cooking and preparing a meal to share at the table together. 
After all the prepping and cooking, sit down to enjoy a luxuriating four-course meal, paired perfectly with four wine tastes. Your experience ends after the meal, where your chef-and-guide will give you his recommendations on the best way to continue your culinary indulgences in one of the world’s great food cities. 

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