By My B. Photos by My B. Posted April 8, 2022 7:59 PM
Yi One is the name of the new Chinese restaurant that has opened on the Left Bank side, a stone’s throw from the Luxembourg Gardens. A hot spot that offers you to treat yourself to good Jianbing pancakes, noodle and ravioli soups and steamed baozis, all hot.
You like cooking Asian and especially chinese ? What if you were to find out Yi athis new Chinese restaurant from 5th district of Paris which has something to seduce you. Little sister of Yi Bowl Noodle, the Chinese restaurant Yi a has the particularity of offering us good chinese pancakes.
These pancakes, named in China jianbingare a specialty originating from the northeast of China. It is a street food specialty that is found mainly in street stalls. These pancakes are made from mung bean flour and are decorated with seeds at Yi a. On site, to take away or even on delivery, let yourself be tempted by the crepe braised beefthe zhajiang pork version, the sausage pancake or even fried chicken. You can even ask for cheese additionally and adapt the level of chilli pepper from 1 to 3 (1 being the small player and 3, the Warrior).
You can also taste delicious noodle soups and the famous ravioli shrimps that are already the success of Yi Bowl Noodle. On our side, we opted for the ultra-melting beef noodle soup and for the bowl of ravioli quite meaty.
Add to that a delicious marinated tofu with spicy sauce, fried chicken and friendly Baozis served by 3 or 6 (pork, chicken or beef) and you are ready to enjoy. Finally, we finish for dessert with baozis red bean, sesame pancakes or the dessert from the moment.
the Menu from Restaurant Yi One:
Side Halla sober decor reminiscent of China and its small neighborhood restaurants. Steam baskets set the tone at the entrance on the ceiling and we see the cooks busy in front of us. Such a canteenwe settle down without fuss to have a good gourmet time.
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