Le Maquis de Montmartre, once a notorious slum-district, was located on a hill in the north of Paris. It was situated outside the city walls, between rue Lepic and Caulaincourt, since 1859 the 18. district of Paris. Because of high taxes and costs of living, many citizens moved during the 19th century out of town and built their houses, cabarets, bars and bistros on the hill. The less restricted and cheaper life attracted a lot of artists: Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir, later on Modigliani, Picasso and many more. Dancers, designers, writers and musicians – many artists lived there, found their inspirations and fame in le Maquis de Montmartre.
Hello everyone, My name is Julien and I'm from Montmartre in Paris. I am lucky to come from a family restaurant, run for more than a hundred years, "A la Pomponnette" www.pomponnette-montmartre.com a traditional French restaurant, founded by my great great grandfather "Arthur Delcroix" in 1909. I am the 5th generation owner and share the same passion for French cooking.
I moved to Switzerland in 2015 and having been sharing my passion for french cuisine since day one. I hope to have you join us at Le Maquis Bistro soon. A dream of my creation that has now come true.
Monday to Thursday
11:30 - 23:00
11:30 - 24:00
17:00 - 24:00
Birthday Party, Drinks, Farewell, Company party, whatever the occasion for a tailor made offer to suit your budget send us a message.