At first sight, you'd be forgiven for thinking this was a normal Asian restaurant, with all the classic chicken-, pork- and prawn-based specialities. But these dishes are not what they seem: not one of them contains meat!

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Cold spring rolls stuffed with “pork”, hot spring rolls full of “chicken”, coconut milk and “prawn” soup, lemongrass “chicken” salad, pho with “beef” and “ham”…

The menu, dominated by Chinese and Thai dishes, looks like that of any other Asian restaurant. The quotation marks in the names give us a clue, however. Though it might not look like it to the naked eye, these dishes contain no animal protein whatsoever. All such ingredients are replaced by particularly realistic-looking substitutes, using products such as marinated tofu.

The restaurant is, in fact, proud to be “100% vegetarian and 90% vegan, and manages to pull off the feat of revolutionising everything without changing anything… When the time comes for dessert, you will be equally confused, with all the classics – coconut rice balls, glutinous rice dumplings, lotus seed cake – once again present and correct.

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22-24, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Martin
75010 Paris 10ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 12 pm and 11 pm. Closed on Sunday.


    • A la carte: 5 to 9 €.


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Copyright image:
    • Wasant Tonkun