Loved by the locals from the Charonne district, in East Paris, Paris Hanoï is perfect for a week night romantic and exotic dinner.
Tiny restaurant (15 tables for 40 people capacity) that you’ll easily spot from the street thanks to its yellow front window to then enter an intimate but lively atmosphere with an open kitchen and a fast service (they don’t steer you towards the exit, do not worry).
Paris Hanoï is one of the best vietnamese kitchens in Paris. Phos and spring rolls there are among the best in town -at least in East Paris. Specials on Fridays only: banh cuôn, delicious pork steamed raviolis. A must-order. Have a look at the full menu here.
Good to know: Expect a long waiting line in front but do not walk away, it’s worth the wait (no reservation) / You can also take out / Cash only.
The neighborhood? In East Paris, close to the place de la Bastille, in the very busy Charonne street, once a very middle class area, now occupied by the new bobo-hipster generation: among the best new cuisines (Septime, Clamato, East Mamma, Paul Bert), bars and terraces, clubs (Badaboum) and concept stores are in this street and neighborhood. Walk along Charonne Street to reach Ledru Rollin metro station.
When? Monday to Saturday from 12pm to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 10:30pm
Monday to Saturday
Where: Paris Hanoï, Rue de Charonne, Paris, France
Metro: Ledru-Rollin (line 8) or Charonne (line 9)