Chez Clément is a French restaurant, part of a chain in Paris and the surrounding region. It's a place that has old-fashioned decoration, as if you went to eat at grandpa's house. There are copper pots and pans hanging from the walls, wooden tables, and the waiters are dressed like they did a century ago. It's a place I like to come to lunch with friends, because it's easy to get a large table and served quickly. Recently, they lowered the VAT in France for restaurants, and Clement lowered its prices. They serve traditional dishes like mushrooms with bacon, scallop risotto, and seasonal dishes from different parts of France.