Reviews on Vietnamese food in Marne-la-Vallee, Ile-de-France, France. Why did Marne-la-Vallée make our list? It's simple: Disneyland Park Paris. Families have flocked here since its opening in 1992. Other Disney attractions include Walt Disney Studios Park and Golf Disneyland. If you need a break from Minnie and Mickey et al., visit the Sea Life Centre or Val d'Europe Shopping Center.
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4 based on 87 reviews
MAY Asian Bistro is born from the desire to bring a new casual approach to the traditional Asian restaurant. The interior design is elegant and trendy and the menu balances the heat of Thailand with delicate flavours and fresh products. A tasty, authentic
TrÃ¨s bon ThaÃ¯ qui peut faire un peu cantine par le niveau sonore quand le restaurant est plein. Le cadre est sympa comme le personnel
5 based on 79 reviews
Visited on a busy Saturday evening and it was excellent. This place is a fraction of the size of many similar buffets in the UK. The quality of food was excellent with a good range of options including freshly cooked kebabs, dim sum, sushi and a variety of traditional Chinese dishes. 6 flavours of ice cream and all at less than you pay for a buffet at the nearby hotels and a fraction of the Disney junk. Easy walking distance from the Vienna House/ Explorer hotels. One of the best oriental buffets we have been to. Staff team were attentive too!
4 based on 129 reviews
Outside Paris, finding a very good Vietnamese restaurant is truly hard... This restaurant is wonderfull, we looovvvee it, it is now not far from home and this is perfect! No need anymore to go to Paris for a marvelous Pho! LoL I said it all, thanks again team.
4 based on 281 reviews
Located in a commercial centre about 50 km east of Paris, in an area where lots of Asians live. Thatâs why this centre has a high concentration of Asian restaurants: Viá»t/ThÃ¡i, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean. Surprisingly, the Viá»t food here is one of the most authentic and flavourful in the Paris region, better than at most of the leading Viá»t restaurants in the 13Ã¨me arrondissement. We didnât try the phá» (which is more street food), but the home-cooking dishes were really very good: cÃ¡ kho tá», canh chua, bÃ² lÃ¡ lá»t, gá»i xoáº£i tÃ´m, bÃ¡nh khá»t. Service is friendly but kind of blurred - forgetful and not-proactive. Many Vietnamese living in Paris take the RER to go out here for lunch. Donât bother about the Thai dishes. None of the chefs are ThÃ¡i, and the restaurant is not called Le Tuk Tuk de Bangkuk anyway. If you want ThÃ¡i, go to a ârealâ ThÃ¡i restaurant. I would never go to a Franco-Spanish restaurant owned by Frenchmen in Asia to eat Spanish food.
4 based on 155 reviews
I visited Ai Pho with my family (2+2). The place was quite busy, and there is a good reason for that: The Pho soup is good, and prices are reasonable. The herbs were nice, but there were not those additional sauces that some other pho restaurants offer. My son had grilled chicken with rice. He said that that was good, too. The service in Ai Pho works, and they accept credit cards. It is easy to recommend Ai Pho for anyone who likes the Vietnamese soup.
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