Photo courtesy of Mary Goodnight copyright
Photo courtesy of photo by Paige Donner copyright 2014
Cuisine: Asian, Thai
Just opened early this spring (2014), Mary Goodnight is the new Thai-fusion showcase for the much-loved chef by the singular name, Thiou. Parisians have followed the chef through several evolutions,... Read More
Just opened early this spring (2014), Mary Goodnight is the new Thai-fusion showcase for the much-loved chef by the singular name, Thiou. Parisians have followed the chef through several evolutions, seeing her pass through Thai Orchid and even Bain-Douches. The Parisian small screen demi-monde have already found their way here. If you don't watch French TV news, you probably won't recognize them. But that, and the fabulous outdoor upstairs terrace, certainly lend a backdrop of glamour to the steamed crab dumplings in a citronelle/coconut milk broth and the chef's famous Tiger's Tears. Mary Goodnight sits right on the circular where rue d'Auteuil starts to head into the Bois de Boulogne. Its 30's inspired d�cor is all taupey-beigish comfortable banquets, ceiling fans like you'd find in the East-Asian tropics and retro hanging lamps. A smaller, more private dining area can be found tucked away behind the bar
- Restaurants near Parc des Princes: "Try the whole shrimp dumplings in their lemony coconut milk broth. A lightly spicy and thoroughly delicious appetizer. Evenings and Sunday brunches this place gets pretty hopping, so either anticipate a wait or plan ahead and make reservations."
- Best for Restaurants near Parc des Princes Because: Authentic Thai food helmed by an iconic Parisian-Thai female chef in a warm and trendy atmosphere, Mary Goodnight offers a winning combination.