Fried noodles, fried chicken, fleshy dumplings stuffed with stuffing and burning hot broth, pork, chicken or shrimp fried spring rolls, spring rolls, Cantonese rice, without forgetting the staple hong shao eggplants… Are you drooling to the mere naming of these Chinese specialties? We must confess, we are too, and Chinese cuisine is one of our all-time favorite cuisines!
Alright, now spring is here, let us have a feast on a terrace. And in Paris, there are many great Chinese restaurants! Sunny terrace or more private terrace, it is up to you! But what is sure is you will have a finger-licking good time!
Furthermore, having lunch in a Chinese restaurant is very friendly, with many tasty dishes to share with guests, family or friends. To get your share of dim sum, baozi, and noodles in the sun, keep reading and find out more about Chinese restaurants and terraces to enjoy this spring-summer 2022!
Chinese restaurants to enjoy outside in Paris:
Délices Lepic, the exquisite Chinese canteen in Montmartre
Délices Lepic, this is the name of the Chinese restaurant giving pride of place to fresh noodles made by hand and before your eyes. Between noodle soups, fried noodles, dumplings, and other typical Chinese dishes, you will find something to nibble on! [Read more]
La Cantine Chinoise, the exquisite Chinese restaurant in Belleville
You may have walked by it without noticing it. And yet for over 20 years, La Cantine Chinoise has been delighting Belleville neighborhood locals. We recommend you go and discover Wenzhou’s specialties. Dumplings, eggrolls, tempuras, woks, kaifans, tanmians… So good! [Read more]
Steam Bar, the fantastic dim sum and steamed food restaurant
Let us run to rue du Sabot to discover Steam Bar, a hidden restaurant devoted to steamed food and Dim Sum. How about diving into a universe between Hong Kong, Tokyo and Paris? [Read more]
Yi Bowl Noodle, the new noodle restaurant in the République area
République has welcomed a new noodle spot! Yi Bowl Noodle has just settled in, a stone’s throw from the famous square, with Chinese specialties and its terrace with high boys and giant games! [Read more]
Chez Mamie: the Chinese (and genuine!) table in upper Marais
There are thousands of Chinese restaurants in Paris and not all of them are genuine, and that’s a shame. Luckily, there are still plenty of exceptions to the rule. Chez Mamie, Jack Teng’s restaurant, is one of them, with its Chinese inn décor and its menu filled with culinary gems we rarely find in Paris. [Read more]
Petit Bao restaurant: Shanghai food in Paris
Shanghai food comes to Paris 2nd arrondissement with the opening of Petit Bao. Authentic Chinese restaurant, this new address gives Shanghai baos pride of place. [Read more]
Are you drooling yet? Shall we have lunch on a terrace, then?
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 29 March 2022