On a busy street lined with touristy pubs near Saint Sulpice, Tiger is a cocktail-focused breath of fresh air. Gin & tonics are the specialty here, with more than six variations on the standard available, all made with Tiger’s homemade tonic. Other gin-based cocktails make up a strong part
Burgers are ubiquitous in Paris, but the unique ones at Siseng are worth seeking out. The house specialty is bao burgers: five spiced beef patties with tamarind and tempura onion or a crispy chicken filet with coconut milk & basil on steamed Chinese buns.
Practical information Address: 9 rue Villedo, 75001 Nearest transport: Pyramides (7,14) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday-Saturday for lunch only Reservations: Reservations Not Accepted Telephone: 01 40 20 45 20 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Vietnamese Website Facebook Reviews of interest L’Express (2014) “Une
Well-appointed, informal and lightly exotic, rue Keller wine bar Aux Deux Cygnes is the answer for any casual diner looking to drink natural wine and snack on something other than the usual cheese plates and charcuterie.
Practical information Address: 102 avenue d’Ivry, 75013 Nearest transport: Tolbiac (7), Olympiades (14), Place d’Italie (5, 6, 7) Hours: Closed Wednesday; Open Thursday-Tuesday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 58 89 00 00 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average
It’s easy to find Pho 14. Just look for the line. Open every day from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Where bobos go for bo bun. Go early or be ready to queue.
It’s all bo bun all the time at this airy annex to the heavily trafficked Le Cambodge.
Pho and bo bun are the only things on the menu at this vestpocket Vietnamese, where the seating is very, very tight.
This slick little dinette offers pho, bo bun and other Vietnamese favorites.