Bouillon Chartier Paris

If you’re coming to Paris and looking for a traditional French restaurant with a piece of the city’s history then Bouillon Chartier is the place. Chartier opened in 1896, the idea was to offer local workers a decent, affordable meal. And in more than a century, not much has changed. The restaurant retro décor takes us into another time. You can get first courses start at 1.9 euro, along with French classics such as Duck Confit for less than 10 euros. Chartier takes no reservations so you have to come early, otherwise you’ll have to queue. 

Bouillon Chartier

7, rue du Faubourg Montmarte (9th)
Tél: 01 47 70 86 29

Text and Photos Credit : Triski Nurani