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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
My wife and I walked to see this church in part because she volunteers for the Saint Vincent de Paul in the California. Once there it was nice to see the church. Inside it is a beautiful place to visit.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
"Very Old, Little India"
reviewed 23 August 2018 by Thomas V
A very old part of Paris, a covered passage way with some nice architectural touches. We come here for classic North Indian cuisine. Quite a few places and they all seem pretty much the same. Affordable ethnic cuisine.
What a grand final for visiting Paris ... especially when you are a couple! We felt so good here. Really nice service from Maman. The food is good as well. Take the diner menue and a bottle of vin rouge. You will be more than satisfied. It’s a very special and very lovely. Trés magnifique! We‘ll come back for sure...
Papelli was just steps away from our Airbnb, so we thought we'd try it out first night to avoid too much searching while jetlagged. Amazing pizza! It is thin cracker-style crust. We ordered the Regina large size, which is massive, however being the thin crust it is just a bit more than what two people need.
Did we go back?...
$$ - $$$ • Steakhouse, French, International, European
"Meal with Colleagues"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Lurfer1
We were staying not far from Gare du Nord so looked on trip advisor for inspiration for some decent food.
Les Rupins is obviously a firm favourite as it was extremely busy when we arrived at 9pm. We booked via the internet and they seemed a little unaware we were coming, but we weren’t kept waiting long.
It is a...
The food was delicious and the staff was very friendly. They start you off with a trio of nuts, olives, and some sort of vegetable. The nuts were so soft and moist. We started with the Hommos Assanabel which was chickpea puree, sesame oil, lemon, parsley. They have us pita chips and soft pita, we used it ALL to get...
We‘ve choosen this hotel for a short business meeting close to Gare du Nord. Sitting nicely in the lounge and been offered very nice snacks and drinks was perfect! Great place with very friendly and courteous staff.
Stayed here as a weekend break, and so happy we did.
Whilst the area could be better, the hotel, staff and location is second to none.
Was made so welcome, and all the staff are so friendly and helpful. The rooms whilst small are clean, have all you require and functional. The breakfast is better than most and the bar...
Though the room is not very big, everything in the room is wonderful. The location is convenient, it's just near the stop of the subway and the bus stop. The breakfast in the hotel is great and delicious.
"Very good experience: nice room, good breakfast, very nice staff."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Helxavier
It's a very good option in Paris: the room was clean, great shower and very comfortable bed, the staff is very professional and friendly, the breakfast is very good and the hotel is located in an excellent neighborhood.
I was staying in District République with my two kids (12 and 14) in the middle of October for four nights. We had a lovely and clean room with shower on 2nd floor. Although there were no extra space it was big enough to accommodate three people: two sleeping in a queen size bed and one in a sofa bed....