Cuisine: Asian, Thai
Price Range: $
This theme decorated Thai restaurant is located in the Grands Boulevards district of Paris, where it's surrounded by theaters and shopping. You can enjoy platters of skewered marinated chicken served... Read More
This theme decorated Thai restaurant is located in the Grands Boulevards district of Paris, where it's surrounded by theaters and shopping. You can enjoy platters of skewered marinated chicken served with peanut sauce, spring rolls and shrimp tempura served with a dipping sauce. This is just for starters to go with your signature cocktails like the Hua Hin made with Sambuca, gin, mango, cranberry and fresh mint. They have a good selection of flavorful, coconut milk based Thai soups as well as Pad Thai fried noodles which you can get with vegetables, chicken, beef or shrimp. For dessert, the house specialty is fresh mango with coconut cream sweetened sticky rice. There has been a new wave of stylish, upper-scale Asian eateries - Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese and Fusion - that have taken root in the past decade and which are doing very well offering both authentic cuisine and thematic atmosphere.
- Asian: "In the warmer months, this is a perfect stop before the theater or after shopping where you can relax while you sip your fresh juice cocktail (with or without alcohol).accompanied by a plate of small bites of crispy spring rolls and chicken kebabs with peanut sauce The word 'yaai' in Thai means 'grandma' and that's the logic behind how this Thai Street Food tastes so authentically Thai. The staff here is warm and friendly and welcoming, such as you would expect from 'Granny's' house."
- Best for Asian Because: Here, with the stylish decor, you'll find not just delicious Thai Street Food, but also an entertaining atmosphere.