I love Vietnamese food. I haven't been to Vietnam, but I've been to a number of excellent Vietnamese restaurants in the USA and UK. However, the Lac Hong in Paris is now at the top of my list. During a visit to Paris in December 2017, I had dinner at this restaurant three times. Each time, the atmosphere was welcoming, the service impeccable, and the food outstanding. It's not a cheap eats restaurant, but the prices are reasonable considering the quality of the food and service. Some of the dishes are traditional and some seem to be unique creations based on an imaginative fusion of French and Vietnamese cuisine. It's all terrific. I especially appreciated that the chef, having learned that I needed to eat gluten-free, came and spoke with me (in English) about what was in the various dishes and how they were prepared.
This restaurant is on a small side-street midway between the Arc de Triomphe and the Trocadéro, less than a 10 minute walk from each. It's off the beaten path, so you will need to seek it out, but if your experience is like mine you will have no regrets. Try the Vietnamese pancakes!
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