Yes, perhaps the noodles are made in the front window, but unless they contribute as one of a number of quality ingredients in dishes it doesn't add up to much. Parhaps, coming from Australia, and traveling regularly in Asia, my expectations were too high. We had steamed dumplings which were OK but the dumpling cases were gluey and heavy. The stock used for my Szechwan soup was very ordinary, the beef cheap and overcooked, and the addition of greens limited. The noodles in the soup were fine. I suppose it had the virtue of cheapness but good Chinese food in Australia is also cheap. It's made me worried that all Chinese food in Paris may be this poor.
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