Miss Ko – Paris

You clearly have to try the restaurant Miss Kō when you’re in Paris ! It’s an asian restaurant located near the famous Champs Elysées and next to Le Fouquet’s.
They are creating a very nice asian atmosphere with a special experience just for you. And they are playing with art, design, fashion and food of course at the same time.
You can discover unknown flavors which is very tasty!

You have to make a reservation because the restaurant is working very well and lots of people wants to go there !

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Their cocktails are just amazing !!

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Address : 49/51 avenue George V, 75008 Paris

Open from monday to sunday : from 12h to 2am

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Mme Shawn – Thai cuisine in Paris

I’m a fan of the thai food and noodles in particular. Luckily I discovered a small Thai in Paris which is just delicious! I already went there several times and I cannot grow tired of it so much it is good! They made great portions and the flavors are well distributed and pronounced in each food.

What I took ? A “Kai pad sii uuu” it’s rice noodles jumped in the wok ways Mme Shawn, with some soft crispy vegetables and let of chicken. It was super yummy!

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Clic here to see their menu

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They are open every day (7/7) form 12h to 15h and from 19h30 to 23h

Every time I went at Mms Shawn I belonged to go on the one of the 10th district because it is the one which is situated the closer from my home. The atmosphere is very nice, cozy and the service is pleasant. We could almost imagine ourself in Thailand.
Adresse: 34 rue Yves Toudic, 75010 Paris

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There is also a delivery service:

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Fusion Japanese Gastronomy in Paris

L’Orient Extrême – Montaigne 

At the heart of the Golden triangle, L’Orient Extrême Montaigne became in a few years the smart canteen of the Parisian Japanese gastronomy. A kitchen anchored in the tradition of the cookings on the fire and raw food, always reinvented by the creativity of the chief. The uncluttered and natural style and the open-plan kitchen on the room transform the space into a place harmonious, serene and design.
Open from monday to saturday; from 12h to 14h30 and from 20h to 23h
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I took gyoza which is Japanese ravioli with vegetables and chicken in it as a starter and after that an amazing tasty Grilled Black Cod marinated in the miso sauce. Such a delicious lunch and I strongly recommend it to you.
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Address: 
21 rue Bayard – 75008 Paris – +33(0)1 47 20 91 58

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