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Fantastic, authentic Chinese food with friendly service, least French but certainly one of the best meals I've ever had in Paris!
Restaurant is small but is packed with local office crowd and tourists.
Hungry while touristing? Stop in to this unassuming little dumpling spot for some good, inexpensive, fast, satisfying food. Sure the service is kind of chaotic, but its about the dumplings. Little straws provided to suck out the soup, but go slowly because its HOT (temperature)....Then add a little soy/vinegar and if you can manage the chopsticks, enjoy those yummy things. Then keep on touristing! Hunger emergency over.More
Buns, noodle and ravioli where good and served very fast. Prices where on but the portions where at the small size. Taste is good and nice spices, we like it hit. Restaurant is nice and cute, but they have a ventilation problem.
The girls who...served us was so unfriendly and inpatient that half way I almost left. We where on a romantic trip so I didn't but never had this service before. Why you work in a public place if you handle your customers like this.
My girlfriend has to vomit later on the night and we didn't eat or drink anything else that night , and we had a home made sandwich lunch so I guess the hygiene is not 100% tooMore
The pan fried buns are so delicious. It’s extra special when there’s broth in there. My husband and I had two serves of pork buns, mixed sauce noodle soup and beef noodle soup. The noodles were alright but if I visit again, I would just...order buns because they were so amazing! Great prices too. Our total meal was 30 euros. Thumbs up!More
Nice environment, good/quick service. It was a little hot inside. We were 5 and there's not enough space outside, the beer tasted better that way :). Ramen soup and buns were fantastic. Watch out! The spicy levels on the soups are very intense, the #3...was close to impossible to eat (the waiter told us, but we did not listen), we asked for a zero to mix it with and even then it was extremely hot.More
Go for an order of steamed/pan-fried buns and a bowl of noodles with ground pork or beef. We got the minced pork with peas and went with level 1 spice. This still had some heat that hit us in the back of the throat (in...a good way). If you enjoy spicier fare, you can go up to the "three-chilis" level. I imagine the noodles in broth would be especially fantastic in winter. We swung by there on a Friday night in August and the place was filled rapidly with Parisians.Friendly, efficient service and casual atmosphere. In terms of rating, it's inexpensive street food, not nouvelle cuisine, so that might be a 4, but for what it is, it was perfectly fine, so we gave it a 5.More
Date of visit: August 2018
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