Discover the best restaurant in Kremlin Bicetre, France including Thai Vien, Yakigushi, Pasqualina, Maihak, LE PLAZA Restaurant Pizzeria, Giallo Limone, Sesame & Sel, Fratello's, Il Etait Un Square, Gin'ro
Things to do in Kremlin Bicetre
4 based on 196 reviews
this restaurant is still a good Asian restaurant in Paris, has good taste and reasonable price. I liked here very much until visiting again Thailand in 2015.it was my second trip there. Of course I shouldn't compare with real fresh seafoods nor fresh herbs nor fruits in Thailand.
I feel this restaurant use too much monosodium glutamate.I know it is very populer to use monosodium glutamate in Thailand too. probably here in Europe they can't buy real Nước mắm ,Nuoc mam fish source neither.probably only exist low quality one here. anyway the foods have too much monosodium glutamate. I feel sad because another good thai restaurant that I know is too expensive , I can't go there so often.
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Went here for a late dinner an hour before they close, got served a good japan-style meal with swift service and good price. I had a mixed menu with sushi for starters and a kebab assortment as the main course. That meant a whole lot of food even for a grown man, and with a glass of wine and a bottle of coke it only cost around 22 euros. If you're staying around Montrouge, I recommend to check this out.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Went here 2 nights in a row, first with some friends, then came back with my family.
What a lovely restaurant. The staff was so charming and made us instantly feel at home by their charming welcomes.
The service was exceptional by the italian restaurant manager and his fun staff.
We ordered pizza, pasta and some Deserts. The food was amazing and everyone was really happy with the unique italian taste of the dishes.
Everything was well beyond our expectations. I will be coming back the next time I visit Paris.
Will even visit Paris only to have dinner and enjoy the atmosphere at Pasqualina.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Our friend recommended this Indian Restaurant in Paris. The hospitality of restaurant staffs was great. The food was delicious. We do recommend the Samosa's and Cheese Naan's. Every time we arrive in Paris we make sure to visit this restaurant for a good taste of Indian Food.
4 based on 206 reviews
This is a decent Italian restaurant with a focus on pizzas. As with most French pizzerias, the crust is thin and nicely crunchy. There is a good variety of pizzas to choose from and a some other choices on the menu. However, stay away from the house Italian wine!
4.5 based on 236 reviews
What else can be added after so many great comments? We had a lovely dinner made of fresh and genuine products! We followed the advice of the owner and after an “Antipasto Misto” as starter, we opted for the “Ragu al Polpo” (Spaghetti with an octopus sauce - and a small octopus on the top): just loved it!
Grazie per la grappa! ;-)
4.5 based on 231 reviews
Not far away from the so called China town in Paris it can be a good choice if you are staying in an hotel at the line between Paris and the suburb... and do not want to eat chinese, Vietnamese or Thai ...
Owners are really Korean and spicy dishes are really spicy ... close to what you find in Korea.
4 based on 144 reviews
Overall food was okay. Nice pasta and lovely sauce. However, the service wasn't very good. If you asked a question and the waiter wasn't pleased with the question, you would probably face a rude reply and impolite tone.
5 based on 1 reviews
Our restaurant will be closed from the 28th of jully to the 21st of august of 2017
Seriously?? Who would ever think that we would have the BEST burger ever in France! We ended up visiting this place on a whim and it was amazing!! Great burgers, drinks and dessert! They basically have burgers and steaks with a French flair. Outstanding service. Our 6 and 9 year old have already asked if we can come back here tomorrow. I know this does not sound like classic French food but this place was honestly extremely good
4.5 based on 86 reviews
We visited Gin'ro this evening; five friends all of whom have a taste for good Korean. Two knew (they'd been there before) they would choose the barbecue (beef on both choices); one chose the gyoza, knowing she could and would be sampling other dishes. My companion chose Marmite de fruits de mer au tofu (called SON DU BU in Korean) and I chose the BiBimBap with beef and egg. We were served a very tasty and light broth soup as a starter, along with many little pickled veggies as side dishes.
The BBQ & Bibimbap also come with choices of little Korean pancakes (I chose this) or a salmon maki roll or salmon sushi. My friends chose the maki roll, it looked good.
BBQ is done as is usual, on a gas-heated hot surface built into the table. Each of the pair who chose BBQ were served a generous platter of beef, sliced very thin and marinated in a sauce. All accompanied by sliced mushrooms and veggies, along with a generous bowl of rice. I sampled the BBQ and it was the best I've had.
My Bibimbap came in the sizzling hot stone bowl, and was delicious. You add your own sauce, so you can control just how hot the final dish may taste.
I've enjoyed Korean in various restaurants in France and the US (in the company of a Korean co-worker at times) and to my taste, Gin'ro was Very GOOD. Portions were quite generous, none of us had room for dessert.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.