Paris Food Adventures: L’Afghani, Montmartre

IMG_4547 I liked the look of this modest restaurant around the corner from our AirBNB; and we were glad to try it. Decorated in amusing art, photos and ethnic dress, it has the feel of a family-run business, keeping the authenticity of a culture and it’s food, married to the demands of the Parisian restaurant market.


We split a mixed appetizer and then each had a main. My leek raviolis with a mixture of lentils and ground beef was simple, and really very delicious, and tasted similar but not quite like anything I’ve ever tasted before. I love to try new dishes!


My better half had a tender stewed beef or lamb (I forget which), on top of some rice with an egg on top. He liked it. The place was nicely busy, and I think we were probably lucky to have gotten a table, arriving just at 8pm, when it opened, but without a reservation. The waiters had good beards. With our dinner washed down with a carafe of reasonably priced wine, we give this place a solid thumbs up!


18 rue Paul-Albert
75018 Paris

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