Average note 353 reviews
hong-jin l. noted on Google

(Translated by Google) A restaurant that went to Paris in May. Not here I'm starving, there may be dissatisfaction with ingredients or spices, but we've been happy with almost every dish. There were a lot of Chinese employees who were mistaken as Chinese, but it was nice to know that they were Korean. It was too busy. (Original) 5월 파리 방문시 수도 없이 간 식당. 여기 아니었음 굶어죽었을 듯, 재료나 향신료에 호불호가 있을 수 있으나 우린 거의 모든 요리에 만족했습니다. 중국인으로 착각했는지 중국어로 대답하는 직원들이 여럿이었으나 한국인인걸 알아도 친절했어요. 너무 바쁜 곳이긴 했네요.

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MW C. noted on Google

Food ok especially for the spicy dishes

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Prakash M. noted on Google

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Jocelyne C. noted on Google

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Aakash S. noted on Google

Best Chinese food in Paris.

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José Alfredo Y. noted on Google

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Serge R. noted on Google

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A. L. noted on Google

Authentique cuisine régionale chinoise, très loin du nem/porc laqué/riz cantonais qu'on trouve un peu partout. Cuisine délicieuse, originale, parfumée et les portions sont généreuses. Pour les connaisseurs, je recommande la marmite de tripes aux piments. Seul reproche : c'est souvent bondé, ce qui fait qu'on peut être un peu serrés et le service est parfois un peu lent. (Translated by Google) Authentic regional Chinese cuisine, far from the nem / pork lacquered / Cantonese rice found everywhere. Delicious, original, fragrant food and portions are generous. For connoisseurs, I recommend the pot of tripe with peppers. Only complaint: it is often crowded, so that we can be a little tight and the service is sometimes a little slow.

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Nathalie S. noted on Google

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Huishan Y. noted on Google

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