Small and very cozy restaurant in Montmartre, Paris. We ate for the first time in our lives Vietnamese and loved it.
For starters, there was cold Vietnamese spring rolls called banh cuon. As a main course we had Bun Bo Hue, a lukewarm beef noodle soup. The meat was sliced at the table by the waiters. Something we did not before, but it tasted fantastic.
I found the Chinese beer better than the Vietnamese!
I recommend any visitors to Paris to eat here!
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