Customers rating : 4,6 - Excellent breakfast! Nice little cafeteria with very pleasant staff and good products!

Open hours

Monday - Tuesday : 08:30am - 3:00pm
Wednesday : closed
Thursday - Friday : 08:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday - Sunday : 09:00am - 5:00pm


1bis Rue Ravignan
75018 Paris

Coordinates Latitude Longitude
Sexagesimal (°, ', ") 48° 53′ 07″ N 2° 20′ 15″ E
Degré décimal (GPS) 48.88531 2.33761
Description complète

A Café-Tabac typical, selling a little bit of everything, where you can have breakfast or a snack all day long - on the corner of rue Ravignan and rue Durantin. An all-white space bathed in light, where you can enjoy a Genovese fair-trade coffee and a selection of sweet treats before climbing the steps to the Sacré Coeur.

You'll find a bit of everything

FDJ, Pmu, Cigar cellars, Postcards, Cigars, Phone cards, Confectionery, Smokers' items, Tax stamps, Fine stamps, Electronic cigarettes, Postage stamps, Birthday cards, Stationery, Batteries, Pipe tobacco.

Products for smokers: electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, articles for smokers, articles for vapoteurs, but also postage stamps, revenue stamps, fine stamps, stationery, postcards, birthday cards, confectionery, phone cards, batteries.

Montmartre atmosphere with a  Melbourne Style Café

As its name suggests, this little café is housed in a former cigar cellar. Here, the Montmartre atmosphere begins to make itself felt at the foot of the hill. It's the kind of neighborhood café you'd expect from an Italian-style espresso bar, with a quiet yet friendly atmosphere right in the heart of the Abbesses district.
The cappuccino is to die for, carefully prepared and embellished with a pretty latte art motif. Fresh fruit juices, snacks, tartines, brunches - in short, a mouth-watering savory menu and organic pastries to accompany the coffee... all homemade and served all day long with a smile!
In Montmartre, you can now drink an Australian coffee from South America (otherwise it would be too simple) served Italian-style.

The owners

The idea came from Charlotte and Fred, a couple both in and out of town. She's Australian, he's French, and they've both been living in Montmartre for several years.

The Café-Tabac sign is still there, because Charlotte and Fred insisted on it: "it's the identity of the place". The entire decor was inspired by the red-and-white color code of the famous carrot, from the floor to the cupboards, furniture and crockery. The tiles were designed by Charlotte, as was some of the crockery, when it wasn't sourced from the Sabre store next door. The place was also designed by an Australian architect, preserving the original spirit with its stone walls, but furnished in a more modern style.

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