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This little place serves food from Java, Sumatra and Bali. This tranquil and refined restaurant is aptly decorated with batiks and Javanese puppets. The recommended dish is the Rijst Tafel all the way from Bali. If you are into different cuisines, then taste the best of south eastern culture and food in Paris. And yes, make it a point to visit this place on Friday nights as they organize entertaining events, while you feast on some authentic food.
In the cheese and wine loving city of Paris, Tan Dinh offers visitors a spicy change. Managed by the Vifian brothers, this restaurant is an ideal destination to drop by for Vietnamese cuisine. The food served, filled with rich spices and herbs, is sure to awaken your taste buds. The restaurant boasts of a large cellar filled with an array of labels that will complement your meal. This simplistic restaurant also serves vegetarian and vegan fares.
With a name that translates into 'the red ball', La Boule Rouge serves delectable Tunisian cuisine. But worry not! the food is not very spicy to make you see stars. Do partake from their kemia range, which is a popular favorite of the patrons. La Boule Rouge is elegantly embellished in shades of brown to create a desert ambiance. The immaculate table tops surrounded by wooden furnishing offer guests an intimate ambiance to dine in. This restaurant was once visited by Nicholas Sarkozy, you never know whom you may brush shoulders with, when you visit next.
For ten years now Chez Momo has been captivating its discerning diners with an Arabian theme full of dancing, revelry and the choicest of recipes specially sourced from the heart of Morocco. Complete with tents, chandeliers and hookahs, one is at once transported to Africa and the entire celebration of a traditional desert safari comes to life in front of one's eyes. From the menu one can try the chicken tagine along with the various Moroccan wines. After the meal one can watch the belly dancers sashay in fine traditional attire.
A neighborhood staple known for its authentic offerings at below average prices, Aux Bons Amis is a small eatery in Belleville in the 19th . The specialties are not just limited to classic Moroccan but also include quite a few French standbys. Beer and wine are also served. The eatery tends to get crowded on weekends so make sure you walk in ahead of time. Service is super-friendly and the overall value for money makes it a worthy visit.
A Morrocan feast for your palate awaits you at L' Oriental. An African restaurant is incomplete without kemia; surely enough, this restaurant serves a delectable variety. If you do not try out the couscous here, you are definitely missing out on something good. L' Oriental offers private space and special menus for groups. Drop in with your friends and enjoy a get together with food and wine. They also offer takeaway services for those who are pinched for time, enjoy their delicious fare on-the-go!
Are you a foodie tourist? Do you have a particular penchant for pho? Do you like a good challenge? If so, head straight for Pho Banh Cuon 14, a veritable institution of your favorite noodle. The crowds and a twenty minute wait are well worth the effort; you will soon be rewarded with a generous bowl of noodles with a meat of your choice- chicken or beef, seasoned with mouth-watering herbs. To wash down your feast, try a Saigon beer and one of their delectable desserts. Affordable prices and satisfaction guaranteed! It's been called one of the best Pho restaurants of the Little Saigon neighborhood, so be sure not to miss the culinary landmark!
Transport yourself into the bright world of tasty, succulent and incredible food at Chez Lucie. Nestled on rue Augereau, this tiny, intimate restaurant maybe difficult to spot, but once you walk through the doors, you are surely going to be one happy customer. Though the cuisine served is mainly Creole, they also offer Caribbean dishes and give it a delectable French twist. Savor the flavors of the exotic Creole and Caribbean dishes at this restaurant.
His love for music and passion for food, led Marcel BOUM to establish Le Lion Indomptable in 1998. The food served here uses local produce to recreate the tantalizing flavors of authentic Cameroon cuisine. For some of the best offerings of this place, do try their specialty dishes. The bissap (hibiscus juice) or the ginger juice offer your meal a refreshing start. Follow it up with delectable meat, poultry and fish preparations. Le Lion Indomptable is a great place to drop in with your friends, gorge on food, listen to music and enjoy a good time.
Nestled in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris, Passy Mandarin is a haven for delectable Chinese cuisine. Established in 1976, this restaurant has been delighting guests for more than 30 years. The menu features meat, poultry and seafood prepared in the authentic Chinese flair. The shrimp preparations, shark fin soup and dumplings are definitely worth every penny you shell out here. The typically Chinese decor, with dragon paintings and ornate woodwork, aims at recreating the oriental ambiance.