Le Petit Cambodge

Practical information

Address: 4 rue Beaurepaire, 75010
Nearest transport: République (3,5,8,9,11), Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Lunch & Dinner daily; all-day service on weekends
Telephone: 01 44 91 92 04

Reviews of interest

Note: these reviews are of the original location on rue Alibert

Le Figaro (2011) “Sympathique, même si l’on a connu Cambodge plus authentique…”

4 thoughts on “Le Petit Cambodge”

  1. hanna says:

    was there last week. We had the shrimp salad and the chicken curry, and we loved both. The atmosphere was great. Definitely intend on going back.

  2. Jess Davies says:

    I had a reasonable lunch here, although I have to say the Bo Bun lacked flavour and any form of spice. The ingredients were fresh though and it was a fun place to sit and watch the world go by.

  3. Sola says:

    Had the vegetarian soup there which was basically just a bowl of standard stock, some wilted coriander leaves, burnt garlic and caramelised onions (so it had a sweet taste on top of the burnt taste of the garlic) with a couple of (heavily overcooked) rice noddles. As a side dish they generally offered a small bowl of raw soybean sprouts….. This is supposed to be a main dish but you will still be hungry afterwards. Not nice and at 11 euros for a bowl I expect ( and have eaten) much better. Avoid.

  4. Lynn says:

    Ate lunch here today — had the bo bun avec crevettes — and will not go back. The crevettes were very overcooked (in stark contrast to something I love about Paris — very succulent shrimp in general), and the bowl overall was rather bland. For 18 euros apiece (we shared a Coke and dessert too), I could get a much better meal elsewhere. Caveat: the prices of drinks are 4-5 euros each; stick to water.

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