The Imperial Choisy is a Chinese restaurant in the Avenue de Choisy. Located in the heart of Chinatown in Paris it is surrounded by dozens of other restaurants. On Saturday at noon, not that you can choose, but go to the place that has fewer people, though everything is full. The Asian community living in the outskirts of Paris go to Chinatown to buy Asian products, and stay here to eat. At night, students of neighborhood come alive. There are good noodle soups, between 6.50 and 7.40 euros, shrimp, duck or pork, fried fish with sweet sauce which is good too. The dorada is worth 16 euros, snapper 26.
Asiapalace is a Chinese Restaurant in the neighborhood of Olympiad, on the esplanade between the high towers. It is a place that has two main rooms, then a private room able for reservations. The menu includes a set menu, 9.20 for shrimp dumplings, pork dumplings, rice and a dessert of lichees. The quick menu also includes a 9.20 euros, ravioli soup, roast pork over rice, coffee or tea. The place is open daily, from 12 to 15 and 19 to 23 hours, and on Friday and Saturday closes later. You can order a whole duck to take away, cooked in three different ways. With roasted skin, with soup, or pasta done in the wok. I think it's of quite a good quality because of its popularity among Asians in the neighborhood.
An Asian restaurant situated in Chinatown in Paris. Their specialty are Vietnamese dishes and steamed dishes. It's small with a few tables and slightly weird decor. Specialties include steamed chicken and salt, one whole chicken costs 22 euros and is sufficient for 3 or 4 people. There are guts stuffed with shrimp, fried tripe, squid, duck with salt, soy shrimp fritters ... Many dishes are based on pork and tripe. For example the gut with cabbage. The crab with sweet and sour sauce costs 9 euros and can be stuffed with vegetables. The soups are small, and do not constitute a whole meal. There are seafood, chicken or Peking soups. They cost less than 5 euros. Meals usually cost 15 euros.
La Lune is Chinatown restaurant Paris, blending different influences of Southeast Asia. The dishes are more unique than the typical Chinese fare. The Asian community and neighborhood outside Paris come to eat, which is usually a sign that here, you can eat well. 12 euros at noon and about 20 euros for dinner. Around, you have Chinese supermarkets, if you ask how to do this or for a particular recipe you can go buy all the ingredients after leaving. They do take aways of roast duck, whole or in quarters, and a large selection of soups and vegetarian dishes.
Au Bonheur d'Asie is one of the most popular restaurants of Chinatown in Paris. It is on the Avenue de Choisy at the corner of Charles Street Bertheau. Large and modern, and is therefore easy to find. If it is full, there are many other restaurants so just try a different one. It is a fairly expensive restaurant if you want to try a real traditional lunch, a meal comes to around 30 euros per person. If you come with a bigger group, you get a round table, with a wooden tray in the middle, each order a couple of dishes, and all will be placed in the center, so you can try a little of everything. At noon there is a buffet, all you can eat, 15 euros per person.