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The dishes presented here are works of art, as is the décor with its varnished pottery, columns, lanterns, bamboo screens and tropical plants surround you as you feast. Mr Vong has owned this place since the 1980s and he makes sure everything is perfect at all times. The service is friendly and the menu tasty; savor the subtleties of plain sauteed shrimp, jumbo rock lobster with ginger or exotic lacquered squab. Visit Chez Vong for a Chinese feast.
When the original Yam'Tcha restaurant moved, its space was taken over by this boutique specializing in Taiwanese and Chinese tea and the Asian street food favorite, the bao. The bao is a steamed bun traditionally filled with savory fillings and is a popular snack on the go. Living in Hong Kong for five years, chef Adeline Grattard was inspired by Asian cuisine and decided to fuse French and Chinese fare to create some unique dishes when she returned to her home country. Creative fillings like Amarena with Stilton, Basque pork with Szechuan eggplant, and sweet onion truffle characterize the menu here. You can dine in or take-away your meal.
Le China is an iconic and a multi-purpose venue where one can either go there for their scrumptious Chinese cuisine or their lively bar. It even houses a nightclub with the best DJs in Paris. The dimly-lit wooden furnished lounge like setting is classy and intimate, perfect for enjoying great food and great music. Order one of their delicious cocktails and get ready to dance to the music.
Chinese cuisine tastes totally different at the Lys d Or. The chef, Shin Ming Chen, was decorated several times for his dishes, and his restaurant is mentioned in a famous French guide. Lys d Or distinguished itself for its dishes from several Chinese regions: Sichuan, Shanghai, Canton, and Peking and explains each one's particularities. Moreover, it is one of the few to offer Nouvelle cuisine. Try the duck with sesame and caramel sauce and lemon, taste the scallops grilled on a hot plate and don't miss the varieties of fritters! You will sit among houseplants and fountains and will be served by polite and distinguished waiters.
Two carved lions will greet you at the entrance giving you a hint of what to expect inside. Chen Soleil d'Est is done up in grandeur- artisan furniture with lovely carvings, beautiful frescoes and a royal ambiance, giving a feeling that you are in a Chinese palace. The cuisine is prepared as per the Parisian taste yet not losing any of its flavor. The most famous dishes are the Peking duck and the salt and pepper frog legs, finish off with a hot and cold green apple dessert. Though it is insanely expensive, the food is worth a visit.