Little place in the heart of St. Germain quarter in Paris. Good food, nice atmosphere and friendly hosts!
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Really nice food and cocktails, and good vibes. Much smaller than I thought it would be! We sat at the bar and had the courgette and pierogi. Loved that the cocktails are named after Prince tunes!
I really loved this place. Servings are not too big, so if you are hungry don't hesitate to ask for more. Full of ginger, citronelle, soy sauce.... all asian flavours I love. Exotic salads with mango and shrimps; beef with citronelle... I'll surely come back....More
I was feeling like having some Vietnamese food while having a cocktail on a neraby bar, so when I saw that just few meters away there was a Vietnamese restaurant , I hopped in without hesitation and I shall say it was a pleasant experience....More
You often get lost in the multitude of Asian restaurants that Paris has to offer. Well stop looking right now, and go enjoy a meal at Le Palanquin ! Located in the middle of the city, this restaurant has a lovely atmosphere. Every dish is...More
The restaurant is a family-run business. Mom cooks in the back room as her adult kids take care of customers. Daughter is beautiful and dutiful as her brother clowns and jokes with clients. They unfailingly make great recommendations. Try the caramelized spare ribs if you're...More
Every visit to Paris includes a visit to the restaurant..it is best Vietnamese restaurant in Paris in my opinion as we have tried most of them there.
A good choice out of the many that Paris has to offer when you've been in Paris long enough to tire of continuously eating French food. Start with the "Vietnamese style raviolis" (think dim sum), order the shrimp in "spicy sauce"(not very spicy) and save...More
The meal was perfect from spring rolls to dessert. Gently spiced dishes. The pork and shrimp soup with rice noodles was the best I have ever eaten. We tried several main dishes and all were beautifully prepared. But you must try the bananas flambe for...More