Spotted...Le Bambou...Parisian Pho Restaurant

These things just happen, while meandering the whole wide web, I stumbled upon a Vietnamese Pho in Paris’s Chinatown thanks to Globespotters (International Herald Tribune).

It tells us how Le Bambou, the Pho Restaurant in question is "everything a good French restaurant is not — cheap, crowded, loud and rushed."

Juliet Lac of Paris Woman Journal rates it one of her favorite eateries.

Other things Pho: Tuesday Morning Pho Fever

On Parisian Restaurants: An American Chef in Paris, Daniel Rose

Bon Appetit!

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