About an hour and a quarter from Calais makes this town (Cambrai) and restaurant a good stopping place. Cambrai is historic in terms of both WW1 when it was part of the Hindenburg line and the German Headquarters, and WW2 when it was again German Headquarters.
The first tank battle took place here in 1917.
So there is much history to become aware of, and the Restaurant having David and Alain speaking both French and English makes it easy to ask questions about where to go and what to see.
Sitting outside you are alongside an arm of the St Quentin canal with barges, ducks and swans parading. The ambience is good in the Restaurant and in the evening David will play the piano and sing whilst Alain serves the drinks.
Well worth a visit to this friendly location where you will be made most welcome.
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