We had a bento box. The food was hot and tasty. The owners were very nice. We definitely will go back.
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According to the menu, Gua Baos are a Taiwanese specialty. Having never tried or heard of it, we decided to give it a go. Best. Decision. Ever. They are basically fried chicken sandwiches but instead of buns, they are in baos or Chinese steamed mantous...More
We had the Taiwanese bento box. The box comes with 3 side dishes including rice, potato salads, tofu leek salad and the calamari main dish, All the dishes were very good. The service was friendly. When I told the lady chef that I needed to...More
Very tasty food! Very nice owners, who make their best to make you feel like home. Sooo delicious, great atmosphere!
This really is a must try place. The dim sum and bento boxes are absolutely delicious. It’s our first night in Paris and we will definitely be eating here again. Very friendly, outstanding service, great wine and good prices. Everything you want in a restaurant.
Best meal we’ve had in Paris. All the appetizers are amazing. The service was very good, which Is odd for Paris. The kitchen is in the open so you get to watch the expert chef. So good.
We were made very welcome at Foodi Jia-Ba-Buay (I nearly got put off by the Foodi bit of the restaurant name, but glad I wasn't!). The food and service were excellent. Definitely worth a visit if you are anywhere nearby.
We found this restaurant from TripAdvisor and what we saw in the photos looks good. So we went there as I celebrated my birthday. Surprisingly the food in the TripAdvisor was not available. But the owner (I think it’s a family business) explain to us:...More
A small place tucked away in the Sentier quarter, at the end of the equally attractive foodie-focussed rue du Nil. Basically they offer a number of set Bento-type menus. Lunchtime at weekends they offer a Taiwanese speciality, a Gua Bao menu. This is what we...More