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Yoom Interior



Hong kong style canteen

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The vibrant Rue des Martyrs in the Pigalle area has many surprises yet to be revealed, and that includes Yoom, a little Hong Kong style canteen serving delicious Dim Sum that blossomed straight out of the imagination of Frenchmen Benedict Guilbeau and Michael Petrossian. 

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About this place

20 rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris
Line 12 - Saint Georges / Notre Dame de Lorette

Monday : Closed
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Monday : Closed Tuesday :
12:00 pm - 14:30 pm
19:30 pm - 22:30 pm
Wednesday :
12:00 pm - 14:30 pm
19:30 pm - 22:30 pm
Thursday :
12:00 pm - 14:30 pm
19:30 pm - 22:30 pm
Friday :
12:00 pm - 14:30 pm
19:30 pm - 23:00 pm
Saturday :
12:00 pm - 15:00 pm
19:30 pm - 23:00 pm
Sunday : Closed

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Following a trip to China and England, Benedict and Mikaël came up with the same idea: to open the first Dim Sum restaurant in Paris. But what are Dim Sum, you may ask? Simply delicious ingredients such as lemongrass chicken, shredded carrots, black mushrooms wrapped up in dough, like a dumpling...  The product is quite easy to make, but the idea was a real challenge as Chinese food is generally sadly associated with poor tasting Asian street food. But the talent and entrepreneurship of the two friends (Mikaël is the man behind the creation and Benedict behind the operations) gave Yoom another reputation. A great one!

Food and Drinks

In China, Dim Sum are generally eaten in the morning, but at Yoom, they are served for lunch and dinner. There are quite a many options to choose from: a lunch menu (15 €), gluten free Dim Sum, a vegetarian menu (21 €) or the “Dragon Menu” (26 €) which includes either beef with ginger, Thai basil beef, chicken or shrimp. Desserts are also very original. Try out the apple tart Dim Sum! Clearly, Mikaël has adapted his recipes to the French tastes. The Chinese usually drink tea with their Dim Sum, but here, beers, wines and soft drinks are also available.

Parisianist Fun Fact: some great Chinese chefs have been inspired by Yoom’s creations! 


It’s not rare to see a group of women in their 30’s seated on one of the large benches of the restaurant and eating their Dim Sum while sharing their daily life stories. It’s the “call of the vapors” says Benedict, which in turn attracts men. One thing is for sure: because Yoom is all about sharing (food and thoughts), the restaurant is far from being quiet. A warm and friendly atmosphere reigns in this pleasant place.


Traditionally, Hong Kong's canteens come with large tables and rough wooden benches. Not the most comfortable of restaurants! But at Yoom, the owners have “rounded off the sharp corners” of the furniture. The stiff chairs have become comfortable chairs and the decoration is welcoming and appealing. Even the plates have been made exclusively for the restaurant and add a touch of class to the general pop-style restaurants on Rue des Martyrs. In short: comfort above all!


Eating Dim Sum in a place like Yoom is all about having a great time while sharing food and ideas. The place is loud as everyone laughs or talks loud, but that’s just a normal feature when the food is good and the ambiance is lively. So, following Mikaël’s advice, come with many friends as good times are guaranteed for you and your taste buds.

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