Decent hot noodle soup for a typical Feb evening. The dumpling is really whatever and it's kinda expensive for 10Euro...
I've visited this small restaurant without any expectations. I love to eat in summer cold noodles served with omelet cucumber, cold pork and some other vegetables, but it's not easy to find it. In Yi Ping they have it and it's delicious.Surely I'll back. Service...More
We stumbled upon this little restaurant whilst looking for a Japanese restaurant in the area. Our hotel was close by. The homemade gyoza to start were delicious and very fresh. I had the minced pork and tofu dish with rice which was just the right...More
Our meal started off well with some fairly good homemade style Gyoza, but then took a turn for the worse when our main courses showed up. In my case, not only was there hardly any meat to be found in what had been advertised as...More
It's a dirty little place with no more than ten tables. They do noodle soups. And they do it great, and cheap, no time for fancy hologram waterfall on the wall. It's that simple. Beware, your clothes could get a tad stinky afterwards.
At dinner time we found ourselves in Rue St Anne which is wall to wall Japanese Restaurants the entire length of the street. These are mostly rather cool places catering to youngsters and we are neither. We came upon the tiny Yi Ping which was...More