Time Out says
Tucked away in an inconspicuous enclave of Paris's Chinese quarter, La Mer de Chine is an exception to the rule of heavy sauces and high salt content in many a 'Traiteur Asiatique': everything here is subtly flavoured, well executed and carefully thought out. The more adventurous could start with jellyfish salad, hundred-year-old egg doughnut or tripe; beginners stick to five-flavoured beef shank (€12.50), crispy lemon chicken (€12.80) or a soup like the petit potage with asparagus and crab (€6.50): simple, flavoursome and sesaring hot. To finish, some perfectly ripened mango.
159 rue du Château des Rentiers
|Transport:||Métro : Place d'Italie, Nationale ou Olympiades|
|Opening hours:||Daily 12noon -2.30pm, 7pm-2am|
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A truly remarkable place. Sophisticated, authentic, well-researched Cantonese food done with great talent and care. The steamed chicken sounds like the blandest thing ever and turns out spectacular. This is a place to try stuff you've never had before, food that does not appear on the menus of the formulaic restaurants around the area. Classy dining room, kind service, a great time for business and pleasure alike.