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Le Bambou

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Le Bambou Review

The line-up outside this restaurant anytime after 7 pm is a sure sign that something exciting is going on in the kitchen. Its small dining room is crowded and noisy, and service is more than brisk—the only thing missing is an eject button on your seat—but it's well worth it for some of the cheapest and most authentic Vietnamese food in town. If you find yourself in doubt about how to eat some of the dishes that involve wrapping meat and herbs in transparent rice paper or lettuce leaves, just spy on the regulars, many of them Vietnamese. Otherwise, go for one of the huge bowls of soup: tripe is popular, though there are plenty of other meat and seafood variations.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 70 rue Baudincourt, 13e, Chinatown, Paris, 75013 | Map It
  • Phone: /01–45–70–91–75
  • Subway: Tolbiac or Olympiades
  • Location: The Latin Quarter

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Mon. and 3 wks in Aug.
Updated: 02-19-2014

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