Open Hours: Lunch: noon-2:30p daily; Dinner: 7p-12:30a daily
The dishes presented here are works of art, as is the decor - varnished pottery, columns, lanterns, bamboo screens and tropical plants surround you as ... More
The dishes presented here are works of art, as is the decor - varnished pottery, columns, lanterns, bamboo screens and tropical plants surround you as you feast. Mr Vong owns the place since the 1980's and he makes sure everything is perfect at all times. The service is friendly and the menu tasty - savour the subleties of plain sauteed shrimp, jumbo rock lobster with ginger or exotic lacquered squab. There is another Chez Vong in the eighth arrondissement, at 27, Rue du Colisee. Expect to spend EUR53-EUR61 dining à la carte.
Opposite the flower market (on Allees de la Liberte Charles de Gaulle), this restaurant, sporting two grinning green octopuses, serves
oysters, shellfish and other seafood. Since 1920, this restaurant has been a hot favourite with locals and tourists. Here, ...
Make your way to the lower section of the Aerogare des Invalides and you'll be confronted by a contemporary restaurant,
which has been the favorite eating spot among politicians since the war ended. The traditional French cuisine and the ...
This is a very popular place in the intellectual chic quarter of St. Germain Des Pres. Its legendary terrace was
the meeting point for great writers and thinkers staying in Paris. Ernest Hemingway, regularly propped up the bar, and ...