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"Je vais dans mon ardeur poétique et divine, mettre au rang des Beaux Arts celui de la cuisine" Joseph Berchoux

Hôtel du Nord

The hotel immortalised in the 1930s in Marcel Carné's film of the same name is now a bistro and bar
The hotel immortalised in the 1930s in Marcel Carné’s film of the same name is now a bistro and bar

The hotel immortalised in the 1930s in Marcel Carné’s film of the same name (though that was shot in a studio) is now a bistro and bar, with suitably film-tinged décor – there are movie lights and old photos on the wall. Stick to more traditional-sounding dishes rather than occasional exotic fantasies, but occasional culinary failings are made up for by the prime location overlooking the Canal St-Martin . It’s particularly pleasant for Sunday lunch, when the quaysides are closed to traffic and Parisians pile in for brunch or bistro classics. It’s also an all-day café, where you can stop for tea or a glass of wine, play chess in the salon or browse books in the library.

Address: 102 quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Contact: 0033 1 40 40 78 78; hoteldunord.org Getting there: Metro Jacques-Bonsargent Opening times: restaurant: Mon-Sat, noon-3pm, 8pm-11pm; Sun, noon-4pm, 8pm-11pm. Café: daily, 9am-2am Price: set-price lunch menu from €13.50; dinner around €35 Payment type: credit cards accepted Cuisine: French Reservations: not necessary

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