Pavillon De Montmartre

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

5 rue Aristide Bruant, 18th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France
Hotel Pavillon de Montmartre
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65%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
9%
6
Very Good
28%
18
Average
28%
18
Poor
12%
8
Terrible
20%
13

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more and rated 14% lower than other 2.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families62
  • Couples44
  • Solo54
  • Business40

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Authentic Food in Paris

by periclee

I went to Paris 8 years ago and love the food that Paris offered me.
However since I do not speak French, I just order the food by fingering to the other table. Now that I am coming to Paris again in July 2010. My daughter start learning and hence speak a little bit of French, but I do not think that she can help order those food that I like. Anyone can help, by giving me a short list of deliciuos Parisian food. So that I can ask my daughter to order. We are a family of four. I would specially like sea food platter (Where to eat would be the best quality for money?), and stewed beef Knukles.

Thanks a lot!

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by christine.j

I had a wonderful seafood platter in the Brasserie Victor Hugo at Place Victor Hugo. If you go to my Paris page, you can see a picture of it. This was not a tourists' restaurant, I don't think I heard any English at all. The food was just perfect and not too expensive.

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by hawkhead

You don't need to speak French - if the waitresses/waiters truly do not speak one smigeon I would be surprised. I would think that by looking what other people are eating is a good way to go. Or you can have a small French dictionary and look up words. At least try and learn some words before you go so that on the menu you can recognise the categories such as: soup, fish, sea food, meat, desserts, and so on.

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by Beausoleil

One further suggestion would be to type Paris into the VT Search Window above. When you get to the Paris Travel Pages, check Tips on Restaurants. There will be reviews, photos and web links to help you decide.

Restaurants are required to post their menu outside so you can check it before you go in and if there is nothing you like or it is too expensive, you can walk on to the next restaurant. There are hundreds of good restaurants in Paris. You can also ask staff at your hotel. We've found some very good places this way.

Enjoy your trip.

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by swancity

We were in Paris last summer, and had dinner at Constant Cafe ,near Notre Dame area(can't remember the name of the area, st michel?) .It was excellent. especially the lobster bisque( appetizer). It's rather small cafe but 2 storey, and they had this big blackboard menu which they keep moving from table to table for customers.

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by periclee

Do you have more detail address or telephone of this Constant Cafe?
Thanks

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by swancity

That's the one, pedmar is right, I can't remember which area, seems close to notre dame

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by sammy321

There are many authentic delicious dishes you can try in France.

I am going to Paris in 3 weeks, and I m using the ThinLifeStyle Paris Program... they do sell it as a weight loss program, but I bought it for the information on tradition French food and lifestyle. It's only $15 and you'll get all the information you need.

good luck,

Sam

Re: Authentic Food in Paris

by christine.j

You go to Paris to lose weight? Good luck! I always find too many things I want to try and usually gain a bit.

Travel Tips for Paris

Free Internet Access

by Lakwatsera

If you need access to the internet and have a wifi enabled notebook. Go to McDonald's and access wifi for free. It's up to you if you want to buy something while surfing - but no one will bother you as you surf (aside from those who wants you to download stuff for them - or are enamored with your hi-tech gear).

When you are in mcdonald's open your internet browser and accept the terms. Voila, you're online!

Monmartre - the "hill of matyrs"

by Lilasel

Sacre-Coeur ...

Snow-white, vast, just impressive

* One of France's most important Roman Catholic buildings was built as a result of a private religious vow made at the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war.
* The ovoid dome is the second-highest point in Paris, after Eiffel Tower.
* The biggest bell in Paris (19 tons) is here.

Churches on Every Street

by mrclay2000

Though of course cathedrals like Notre Dame and La Madeleine and St Chapelle get the lion's share of attention, Paris is filled to the hilt with wonderful churches and church architecture on nearly every street. From the rounded brown dome of St Paul's to the twin spires of a miniature cathedral in some forgotten hollow, the watchful ambler will discover hidden gems in church design and decoration almost wherever he goes.

Park like you mean it!

by morgane1692

drive the tiniest car you can find and park it in a spot along the street which you might think, upon initial inspection, would fit a postage stamp or two...but to your utter amazement, fits that vehicle of yours, barely. then just don't ever plan to move it.

Packing List

by ElizahJ

Aside from the suitcase, a small backpack is a must - for carrying things like a camera, a jumper, a drink and small snacks (so you don't have to fork out Francs all day) and bandaids. A good pair of walking shoes - it's the best and cheapest way to see the city. Also a warm, windproof jacket if you go in winter - it isn't that cold, but the windchill is high. Bandaids, headache tablets, the usual. Bring plenty of film, and at least two spare camera batteries. Also try to find out if your brand of camera has a service centre in Paris (most major ones do), and where batteries and film are available. Definitely take small snacks and a drink with you when you go out around Paris - these can burn a large hole in your wallet.

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Address: 5 rue Aristide Bruant, 18th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France