Dong Huong isn't a secret, but you wouldn't find it by accident. These two undecorated dining rooms on a Belleville side street are where the local Chinese and Vietnamese come for a reassuring bowl of pho (noodle soup) or plate of grilled lemongrass-scented meat with rice. Spicy, peanut-y saté soup is a favorite, and at this price (€7) you can also spring for a plate of crunchy imperial rolls, to be wrapped in accompanying lettuce and mint. Try one of
the lurid nonalcoholic drinks; they're surprisingly tasty.
14 rue Louis-Bonnet, 11e, Paris, 75011, France