Went there for lunch. It was good. The decoration is coherent with the menu. The food was good and tasty. Had the menu to try a little of everything. It was homemade so it's a plus. The staff was nice too. Had a good time.
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Very accommodating - eating at 11:30 - no problem! Prompt service - competent interpretation of east asian/vietnamese dishes and reasonable charges.
I first went to this place 25 years ago when after the representation of a school theater performance. I went then a couple of years after with my girl-friend (now my spouse) and recently. The place has obviously changed but the food is still very...More
I enjoyed the spring rolls filled with vegetables. The steak with rice was ok. The fried bananas were ok. The service was good. I find it a bit overpriced.
Really nice food, great desert, nice atmosphere, helpful staff (we traveled with wheelchair). The fish prepared in ban?na leaf was really nice looking, may be not exactly to my taste but still good, but spicey squids my girlfriend took tasted delicious. As well as noodles...More
Had dinner at Le Sarawan together with my wife. Chinatown Paris is not as compact as it is London, New York or San Francisco and lacks the atmosphere. Most restaurants offer a mix of Chinese, Vietnamese food. The food at Le Sarawan was good, nice...More
The best Dim Sum and the best Lacked Duck I have tried, and I know 65 countries. The price is reasonable and the service attentive and kind.
Went on my own on valentines night as I was in Paris on business. What a sad do. Meal was mixed. Meme bit greasy, crackers great, granmas special recipe Caramel pork very nice. Place was busy and popular with locals, in the middle of Vietnam...More
I wanted to test a restaurant which seems to be more appreciated by caucasian people rather than asian people in China town. Their menu"découverte" is worth it and includes a great variety of indonesian food. we also tasted chinese and viet dishes which were also...More