Montmartre is named for an ancient Parisian neighborhood, but its outlook is totally modern, with snazzy art on the walls and Asian twists reinventing Gallic classics. Gabe Stulman of the Little Wisco empire is behind it; this is his sixth small downtown restaurant to open at a fast and furious pace with no crashes along the way (Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, Fedora, Perla and Chez Sardine preceded it). The Chelsea space is tight, though roomier when the back garden is open. Keep it in mind when you're looking for a place near The Joyce Theater. Tien Ho (Momofuku Má Pêche and Ssäm Bar, Café Boulud) is the inventor of monkfish with maitake mushrooms and chorizo vinaigrette, roasted and braised duck with buckwheat crepes and kumquats, and pot-au-pho, a hearty blend of short ribs, oxtail, leeks and hoisin.