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- 90%Budget Travelers
- 59%Local Culture
- 55%Family Travelers
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- Kintaro LamenCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 6Oct 17, 2013
I was dying for some Japanese food since I've been eating French and Swiss food for the past week and kintaro hit the spot. The gyoza was terrific, the udon was a bit salty and the ramen was decent. It was not he best Japanese food I've had, but for what it is i enjoyed it!Recommended for:
- Kintaro LamenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Paris is a well known culinary city and apparently, gourmet fare is not only limited to bistros, haute cuisine restaurants, or even in any French restaurants within Paris. There are great ethnic cuisines all over town that serve delicious fares. One such as Kintaro Lamen (ramen), way off beaten path, way not famous by any standards, but apparently way famous within the Japanese community. Whenever we pass by this tiny hole in a wall restaurant, there is ALWAYS a line around the corner, wrapped around the block....We must try.
So we braved the wait and it was worth it!, The soup flavor is intense (perfect) and the ramen is just the right bounce. Nothing was left in our bowl when we were done! This is a refreshing change from baguettes and lapin and foie gras.
- Kintaro LamenMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Feb 16, 2014
KIntaro se trouve dans le quartier japonais de Paris (a coté de l'Opéra Garnier)
C'est le restaurant qui propose le plus grand nombre de plats différents (gyoza, shumaï, curry, udon chauds ou froids, ramen , et un grand choix de donburi (oyakodon, tamagodon, katsudon (delicieux), unagidon) , tempuras etc...
Il est très reputé par la communauté japonaise pour le prix et le choix et il y a souvent la queue: il faut venir tot pour etre sur de ne pas attendre (le soir aux alentours de 19h).Recommended for: