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The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian restaurants) to the Boulevard de Strasbourg.
Eat, see, and stay in Chateau d'Eau / Gare du Nord
As you're approaching from the distance it looks like a big beautiful church. As you get closer you'll note that it is quite dirty with some trash and almost looks like it is closed forever. But don't be fooled, go through the gates and enter the doors on the side and you'll be rewarded with a beautiful church that is...
Had read about this place before our trip, so when we happened to be near it at dinnertime, we took a chance and appeared at 7:30. Our timing was perfect, as we were the first couple in. By 8pm all 4 tables were occupied and the door was shut...literally a dozen parties showed up after that but were turned away....
$$ - $$$ • Steakhouse, French, International, European
"Great food, good atmosphere"
reviewed 4 days ago by baker312
We were lucky enough to get a table without booking. By 1930 on a Wednesday evening the place was full, so I would recommend booking a table. Food was excellent, we ate off the specials board and both had different steaks. Cooked perfectly. A little pricey for the meal, and would be great to have vegetables or salad served with...
This pizza was very good! Thin italian crust. We booked a table in advance, and I’m glad we did cause the restaurant was pretty busy. The menus are in french, just so that you are prepared to use Google translate, or just ask the waiter/waitress.
Highly recommend this place if you are in the mood for quality italian pizza.
This restaurant was close to our hostel and tempted by the generally good reviews and nice photos, we gave it a chance.
And yes, it's actually a good place ✅
I have eaten a type of tandoori chicken with rice, it was delicious, I think I've never tasted such a tender chicken breast with an amazing sauce, like here. One...
Very nice hotel next to Gare du Nord.
Very clean, and nice deco: the reception is decorated like an old train from the 1930, very cool!
The rooms where very well sound-proofed, which is good so close to the station and the road.
"Small, boutique hotel with stellar service and central location"
reviewed 4 days ago by Sylvie S
The Renaissance Paris Republique hotel is a decidedly modern boutique hotel in the heart of Paris. The surroundings are a bit gritty, at first, but the location cannot be beat and the hotel itself is beautiful. Service is friendly, attentive, and eager to please. The onsite restaurant is lovely, but the fact that it is closed on Sundays a bit...
From the moment I walked into the front door until the moment I checked out, the staff were absolutely wonderful! The first thing I noticed when I walked into my room was how clean and spotless it was, and it just got better from there. The staff was always willing to help me plan my day, give me directions and...
So pleased to be able to have one room for 5 friends to stay in and the duplex room was fab- plenty of room and 2 bathrooms too! Hotel was clean and fresh and in easy walking distance of lots of good bars and restaurants and the metro or walk to the sites. Definitely recommend!
Hotel is in a fantastic location. 2 stops from gare du nord on the metro. Loads or restaurants/ bars around too.
Thoroughly recommend. To make it a special weekend the hotel organised flowers for my aunt, which were waiting for her in her room.