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Bistro

Un Zèbre à Montmartre

53 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

Pascal
Pascal
August 10, 2017
Little parisian bistro Good and fresh home cooking Very reasonable prices (menu at 16€ for lunch) Pleasant little sunny terrace
Elise
Elise
December 09, 2016
A very nice bar where I like to enjoy a glass of wine
Luc
Luc
August 09, 2016
My favorite restaurant.Test the " filet de bar" and all the specialities, the cooker is very good and the price is ok !
Mélanie
Mélanie
April 28, 2016
Take a tea or eat something in this little coffee of Parisians.
Elisabeth
Elisabeth
October 13, 2015
Authentique, traditional French dishes.

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Location
38 Rue Lepic
Paris, Île-de-France 75018
Phone+33 1 42 23 97 80
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Friday 9:00 AM
Reservations
Yes
Credit Cards
Yes (incl. MasterCard)
Outdoor Seating
Yes
Wi-Fi
Yes
Menus
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour
Drinks
Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
Dining Options
No Delivery
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