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Trip Report Eating before taking the train

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I discovered a gatronomic gem in Paris. Since Chowhound is moribond, I prefer to post it here.
It has the great advantage of being less than 200 m from the Gare du Nord.

Called l'Ardoise Gourmande - absolutely great - rue Belzunce, just before coming to the back of the church.

We were 12, so we tried nearly all the 'carte' and menus. All meals were excellent. Fresh, made 'sur place'.

But the best, my friends, the best were the profiteroles.
Don't take a starter because the profiteroles are huge. No, it does them no justice to say huge. Enormous, gignantic. 'Gargantuesques', would we say.

The waitress was very friendly and helpful, the wine was excellent according to my friends.
A very nice way to kill time whilst waiting for a train.

(It had nothing to do with this small sample : https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Profiterole)

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