The best Chinese restaurants in Paris

From delicate Cantonese cooking to fiery Sichuan delights

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Book ahead to celebrate the Year of the Horse in one of our best Chinese restaurants this Chinese New Year (January 31). Paris has two main areas for Asian eating: Belleville and Chinatown in the 13th arrondissement, where you can sample excellent Thai, Vietnamese and other South East Asian specialities.

Also check out our selection of Vietnamese restaurants in Paris – their Têt Nguyên Dán falls on the same day.






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FoodChicken
FoodChicken

je vous recommande bien ce restaurant chinois qui fait des nouilles artisanales à Paris se situe dans le 2ème, il s'appelle [YiShun Restaurant ], l'adresse [1 rue cherubini,75002; métro : Pyramide, Quatre-Septembre], toutes les nouilles sont faites à la main, très fraiches, pas chère non plus. A midi, les plats à emporter -10% mtn, donc c'est vraiment agréable. Il ne faut pas le louper, on peut aussi trouver des entrées aux prix entre 4-6 euros, les soupes et les nouilles sautées sont de prix 8euros, les raviolis maison sont délicieux, le service est gentil, pas d'autres choses a renforcer, IL FAUT Y ALLER, c'est tout. I recommend a Chinese Restaurant [ YiShun ], this is a special restaurant took place 1 Rue Cherubini, 75002, we can take the metro line 7 [Pyramides] or kine 3 [Quatre-Septembre], why that restaurant is special ? i think u wanna ask to me. Because this is a restaurant with the Chinese Traditional Manuel Noodle. Lanzhou beef noodle, is a type of Chinese noodle in China. It is sometimes simply called lamian ,which means hand-pulled noodle in Chinese, or "beef lamian" everywhere in China. It's not too expensive either, 10euros / per, so if u go to Paris and u have never tasted, i recommend u to go there, the chief is very kind.