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Paris' Chinatown

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I am curious to know a little about Paris' Chinatown, which I've read is located in the 13th and is the largest Chinatown in Europe. I am hoping to find dim sum and also an inexpensive noodle restaurant as only a Chinatown can do. My frame of reference is San Francisco's Chinatown, which can be quite touristy but remains a vibrant hub of Chinese-American life. I do enjoy the paper lanterns strung across the streets, the Eastern-style facades, and especially the Chinese bakeries. I appreciate being able to find lower prices as well. I'll be traveling with a naturalized Chinese twenty-something, so I'm sure she'd also appreciate the information.

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