Gone is Antoine de Montmartre who never managed to find a following despite his delicious revisited tapas. But the restaurant has found a new lease of life under the direction of Gilles Marchal (the famous Montmartre pastry chef) and Florence Guigné, two truly friendly pros who have recreated a charmingly retro bistronomic setting complete with an antique counter and furnishings gleaned from as far afield as Belgium. The final result works, and the decor is in perfect harmony with the menu featuring delicious flaky pastry galettes… homemade, of course! There are a good half-dozen starters to choose from, like the authentic and very tasty quiche lorraine (€10). Enough to keep you happily occupied until your main dish of stuffed flaky pastry galettes arrives, all priced around €15, such as the slow-cooked lamb and nicois vegetables, or even the daily fish special. But if you are a fan of the bouchée financière, order the exquisite veal sweetbread, mushroom, and double cream galette, much pricier than the others (€27), but oh-so good. Flaky pastry plays a starring role in desserts as well, with an arlette stuffed with a light and delicate Bourbon vanilla cream (€11). An inviting and practical location, where you can stop in throughout the day to enjoy a snack or a pastry if you’re feeling a little peckish. Small terrace out front.