Citrons et Huitres


57 Boulevard Marguerite de Rochechouart, Paris
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Head to this casual oyster and wine bar between Pigalle and Montmartre for a snack after navigating between the windmills and secret passageways of Montmartre (and consider timing your visit for the weekend, when they’re open for continuous service). 

Inside, you’ll find a high-ceilinged space that’s painted ocean blue with red swivel stools and seafood specials scribbled on the mirrored walls. In addition to French oysters, there’s often a cleverly crafted crudo on the menu (think smoked salmon tataki or a dorade ceviche topped with sumac) as well as the requisite shelled shrimp and bulots. The latter come with one of two housemade mayonnaises: a mild one with dashi, and another with tabasco.

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