The Best Asian Restaurants in Paris
Discover the best Asian restaurant in Paris, recommended by World of Mouth experts. From authentic Japanese soba noodles to steamed Chinese dumplings – this hotlist will cover all your needs.
Paris, celebrated for its vibrant and diverse food landscape, is also home to a remarkable selection of Asian culinary restaurants and eateries. This guide highlights places like the authentic Japanese noodle restaurant Abri Soba, Le Cheval d'Or, known for its inventive Asian creations and authentic Vietnamese eatery Pho Tai. This article is based on the personal recommendations of World of Mouth experts like Mohamed El Baroudi, Déborah Pham, and Ina Niiniketo. This curated selection is designed to guide both locals and visitors to the best Asian restaurants in Paris, from street food to fine dining.
Le Cheval d'Or is a Chinese and Asian restaurant known for its innovative use of French ingredients. The menu, curated by Chef Taku Sekine, offers a variety of dishes, with the spiced duck being a standout favorite. The restaurant also offers an excellent selection of natural wines and high-quality coffee roasted by Brulerie Belleville.
An outstanding depiction of Chinese restaurants by a Japanese chef, that draws attention to French ingredients cooked with a variety of Chinese flavors. The most noteworthy dish for me was duck cooked with different spices, pre cut, and served perfectly pink, flavorful and juicy. Coffee, as a great finish for any good meal, is of excellent quality here, roasted by Brulerie Belleville.
Song Heng is a modest Vietnamese restaurant known for its limited yet authentic menu. Specializing in Pho Bo and Bo Bun, the eatery provides an atmosphere reminiscent of Saigon. It's an ideal spot for a meal before a leisurely stroll.
this is a small Vietnamese joint in the 3rd—they only have two things on the menu: pho bo and bo bun. It feels like you’re in Saigon, and is perfect fuel for a pre-Pompidou stroll
Abri Soba is a cost-effective spot known for its tasty soba noodles. The restaurant offers a friendly service, making it a pleasant place for a lunch break. It is highly recommended by customers as their all-time favorite spot.
My all time favorite lunch spot in Paris. Really cheap and the sobas are tasty and the quality is just right. Also, service is friendly.
Lai’Tcha is a relaxed spot offering light Asian cuisine, including dim sum and dumplings, under the guidance of renowned Chef Adeline Grattard. This restaurant, which operates from Tuesday to Friday between 12 pm to 3 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm, and continuously on Saturdays from 12 pm to 10 pm, is known for its cool and casual ambiance. Whether you're looking for a lunch or dinner spot, Lai’Tcha's diverse menu and comfortable setting make it a great choice.
Dim sum, dumplings, delightful, delicious! A lovely spot in Paris for light Asian fare by Chef Adeline Grattard of Yam'Tcha fame. Expect a cool and casual atmosphere.
Ze Kitchen Galerie is a restaurant where the art of cooking is taken seriously. The establishment offers a distinctive blend of French and South Asian cuisine, with Chef William Ledeuil at the helm, creating innovative dishes that fuse traditional French ingredients with spices and herbs from Thailand and Vietnam. The atmosphere is relaxed and artsy, making it an ideal place to enjoy a culinary journey that offers a unique twist on classic French cuisine.
Delicious French cuisine with South Asian influences (or is it the other way around?)In an artsy and relaxed setting, Chef William Ledeuil serves his very distinctive cuisine : French classics with a South Asian twist. A beautiful journey where condiments, spices and herbs from Thailand and Vietnam, enhance perfect products (particularly fish) from France.
Sanukiya is a Japanese quick-service restaurant, renowned for its udon noodles and tempura dishes. The Hiyashi tempura udon, a popular choice among patrons, boasts big shrimp and vegetables in tempura, topped with a savory umami sauce. Another crowd favorite is the Kakuni, a dish featuring slowly cooked pork belly served with a hard-boiled egg in sauce and a side of mustard.
Japanese quick-service restaurant serving udon noodles and tempura.Sanukiya, in the 2nd district near Opéra, is a really cool place, I love it. Their specialty is udon, the big tick noodles. I usually go with the Hiyashi tempura udon, which has vegetables and big shrimp in tempura and you pour a very umami sauce on top of it. Another favorite is the kakuni, a pork belly that's slowly cooked and they serve it with hard boiled egg in a sauce with a little bit of mustard on the side.
Pho Tai is a Vietnamese restaurant, renowned for its fresh and appetizing food. It's particularly popular for dishes like bánh cuon, crispy chicken, nems, and riz cantonnais, often drawing crowds who don't mind waiting for a table. While the dining experience is quick, it sets the perfect tone for a post-meal stroll.
Fresh Vietnamese food in the 13th district.I love going to Pho Tai with at least four people so we can order everything. It's a Vietnamese restaurant that has very good and fresh food. Try at least the bánh cuon, poulet croustillant (crispy chicken), nems and riz cantonnais!There are always people waiting outside to get a table. It's a place where you don't really stay long, you eat and then go for a walk.
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