Good for: Child-friendly
Description: Chez Clement restaurant a few steps from Paris’ Gare du Nord couldn’t be better sited to revive you after a hard two-and-a-quarter hours on Eurostar or in your stopover between trains. While others queue endlessly for taxis, you can stroll over to rue de Dunkerque to enjoy a typical Parisian bistro meal. Chez Clement has conquered the capital with a dozen branches of this group, each one a gem. In this location, Chez Clement took over a tired, antique restaurant, renewed it with light, bright tiled floors, blonde wood, smart striped upholstery and Art Nouveau detailing. The result is a charming, informal café ready to welcome you. The menu features oysters, many kinds of fish, rotisserie dishes, classic steak tartare, duck a l’orange and more. There’s a children’s menu, daily specials, and a tasting plate of five desserts that’ll have you sighing for more.