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Le Moulin de la Galette Restaurant Review: A sign at the entrance of the restaurant names one of the two mills still in place in Montmartre, which was depicted in paintings by Van Gogh and Renoir. Formerly a ballroom, the establishment could have mutated into a tourist trap, but that’s far from the case. Presided over for years by Antoine Heerah, the talented chef of Chamarré Montmartre, this posh bistro has been taken over by a duo of managers, Cédric Barbier and Nicolas Tourneville. Entirely refurbished, the dining room now comes with a thick moquette and a counter. When the sun is shining, customers can still relax under one of the arbors on the patio, an altogether serene and romantic terrace, framed by greenery and where a cat may stroll between the leaves. Anthony Detemmermann, a young chef who honed his chops with Michel Rostang, crafts traditional dishes. Among other options, expect poached egg with chestnut cream and black trumpets, Black Angus hanger steak with shallots, and salted-butter caramel millefeuille. The wine list suggest about 150 items.