La Bonne Franquette, a 16-century house located in Old Montmartre's heart, keeps alive Montmartre's tradition of friendliness and cheerfulness. It welcomes artists and winemakers, as well as people who love good wine and food. Formerly called "Aux Billards en Bois", "La Bonne Franquette" was named by Francisque Poulbot in 1925. The restaurant is perched high on La Butte's summit, a little further from the Place du Tertre. It transports both tourists and Parisians with its village atmosphere and atmosphere that is typical of Old Montmartre. La Bonne Franquette's traditional cuisine uses simple and high-quality local ingredients. Braised beef with honey-glazed carrots is the house specialty.