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Top 5 Chinese Restaurants - Carnet de Bord

Top 5 Chinese Restaurants in Paris


Different regions, different specialties

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There are a lot of Chinese restaurants in Paris. But does this mean that all of them are good? Of course not! As a matter of fact, most of them are quite bad, serving tasteless food in an unattractive decor and ambiance. Luckily, our very picky Chinese team has handpicked 5 great Chinese restaurants, serving traditional Chinese dishes from different parts of China in small, usually bustling and lively restaurants. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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Carnet de Voyage

Located next to the Saint-Lazare train station and the Printemps shopping mall, Carnet de Voyage (“travel diary”) opened in 2009 and has since then become one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in town. Even the Chinese superstar actress Gong Li comes here every time she is in Paris. Usually very crowded during lunch time and the weekend, Carnet de Voyage is a small, loud and animated restaurant serving specialties from the southern Yunnan province. Don’t miss the beef fondue or the spicy shrimps if you can handle spicy food!

Info: 4 Rue de Budapest, 75009 / 11am to 3pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm every day except Sunday (6:30pm to 10:30pm only). Tel : +33 (0)1 77 16 34 99Around €15 to €30 per person.

Carnet de Bord

Following Carnet de Voyage’s huge success, the manager opened Carnet de Bord (“Log Book”) just opposite the first restaurant. Same manager, but very different dishes. At Carnet de Bord, it’s all about Sichuan food, a Chinese province known for its very spicy (but delicious) dishes. In a simple decor, this animated and friendly restaurant is the perfect place to discover dishes such as the chicken skewers or the beef in sauce. But for the very curious, why not try the local specialties: pig ears (cold dish) or spicy chicken feet…

Info: 11 rue de Budapest, 75009 / 11am to 3pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm every day. Tel : +33 (0)1 48 78 24 50. Around €15 to €30 per person.


The 37 m² is located in the Opera area, generally most renowned for its Japanese restaurants. But despite fierce competition, the 37m² attracts a lot of customers (students, tourists or people working in the area) with its delicious Taiwan specialties served at very affordable prices. The crispy salted chicken, the rice with salted pork or the traditional pearl tea are part of the things you should order if you come to the 37m².

Info: 64 Rue Saint Anne / 12pm to 11:30 pm every day except Tuesday (7pm to 11:30pm) and Monday (closed). +33 (0)1 48 78 03 20. Around €15 to €30 per person.

Noodle Atelier

Noodle Atelier (« Noodle Workshop ») is located in a charming area surrounded by small boutiques and bistros. Newly renovated, Noodle Atelier serves noodle dishes, Hong Kong style. As a matter of fact, it’s probably the only place in Paris where you can great these real Che Zai noodles. Other specialties served here include chicken feet and sticky rice in lotus leaves as well as the very popular Hong Kong deserts.

Info: 162 Rue Saint Denis, 75002 / 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 10:30pm. Closed on Sunday. +33 (0)1 40 28 98 98Around €15 to €30 per person.

Restaurant Shanxi

Restaurant Shanxi is located in a nice area only 10 minutes away from the Galeries Lafayette shopping paradise. After its opening in 2012, it has become one of the most popular restaurants for the Chinese community in Paris. For a real Shanxi experience, try the fern noodles, the pig’s ear in chili sauce, the buns stuffed with Hedong pork or the crispy spicy chicken. Here, a lot of the ingredients are directly imported from Shanxi province to ensure an authentic taste. To accompany your meal, try one of the many tea varieties that Restaurant Shanxi offers.

Info: 17 Rue Lamartine, 75009 / 12pm to 2:30pm and 7pm to 11pm every day. Tel : +33 (0)9 52 67 26 57Around €15 to €30 per person.

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