Review on Chamarré Montmartre
Chamarré Montmartre is a French-Mauritian restaurant located in the pretty touristy Montmartre district of Paris. Chef and owner is Michelin starred Antoine Heerah who was taught at l'Arpège before taking over the helm at the famous Moulin de la Galette. The décor is very modern with warm colours and pretty coloured lights and there is a welcoming terrace for dining al fresco.
Antoine Herrah has created an enticing fusion menu with tantalising subtle and elegant flavours on exquisitely presented plates. Seafood shows up well in starters of Dublin Bay prawns in three flavours, tartar, roasted in shell, small ravioli of leg with citrus and in a main course of sea bass, Basmati rice with caviar lemon, purple artichoke and confit fennel. Meat lovers are not forgotten with starters of Aiguillette of Bresse, farm hen with foie gras, green apple chutney and lees of amber-yellow wine or cepe mushrooms and grouse pie and onions sauce followed by mains of grilled Bavière ribeye, Maltaise sauce and confit shallots, Jerusalem artichoke crisp and French fries. Desserts provide an enticing mix of flavours as in vine peach roasted with sugar cane syrup, yogurt sorbet, frozen lemon verbena leaves or soft dark chocolate and caramel, crisp dessert with hazelnuts and manjari ice cream. There is an exceptional wine list that makes enticing reading, although there are some offerings by the glass.
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French / Mauritian
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.30 - 11.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express