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Uptown: an interesting impudence

Some time ago I’ve tested this new restaurant, Uptown, located in up north Montmartre, in a quiet and charming little street (18, rue Francoeur). Making corner with Diard street (a street below the level of the restaurant, creating this charming ambiance of Montmartre), it is painted in blue and has some tables outside, which is just perfect for the summer. A special attention for the spirit of the place, with lots of raw materials, wood, iron, antique chairs,  dish cloth napkins (sic), cutlery at the disposal of customers in glass jars, impair dishes, etc., a déco full of charm and originality. The wine list is mainly foreign, a good opportunity for local French customers enjoy fresh air. The idea here is « Plats à partager » dishes enough for two people, which is a small revolution in French cuisine (and also a tendency, I’ve already seen this happening here and there, for example, in George , from George V). The chef Fabrizio Guerrini (former Agapé) runs the kitchen of this den hipster, but don’t you think that we …