Was looking for the best bubble tea place in Paris and probably found it. I had a "Bubble Tea gourmand": bubble tea with little pastries.
I first had a sip of bubble tea and all I could say was wow. Also, the pastries were excellent.
I love everything about this place, the decor, the people (nicest waiters I have seen in Paris yet) and the food presentation.
Their fried chicken with dried plum powder is one of the best culinary inventions I've tried recently. In fact, if anyone reading this knows where I can procure said powder, please, please speak up...
This place is adorable, albeit small, so you better reserve or swing by for dinner reservation-less at 7pm, which is what we did. The staff was super accommodating with us and our toddler of two, who thoroughly enjoyed all of the car and gorilla themed knick knacks strategically scattered around the place.
While I wish I had ordered the plum fried chicken that my husband had, I ordered the salt and pepper fried chicken which would have been perfect had it not been doused with insane quantities of salt. I am a salt freak, but it was way over the top.
Dying to go back for an order of plum chicken all to myself along with some spiked bubble tea to wash it all down.
Located in a side street in the 9th arrondissement, this tiny little place run by 3 young foodies is a the place to be for a meal.
Whether shared with friends or a loved one, the affortable menu (around 20-25€) is a taste sensation for the asian savy food freaks.
Let yourself be tempted by the gambas in kaddaif served with a coriander, miso and sesame pesto or by the yummy desserts like the mango and lemon tart.
One of the few great bubble tea places in Paris. I love how they offer unusual flavors (speculos bubble tea...what?!!!) and ask me if I want the drink hot or cold. And the boba itself is perfectly al dente or in Taiwanese, "cue cue". Yes, it's a bit pricey (5 ish euros for a large sized drink) but the bobo decor is lovely and the service is great.
Their lunch menu and food is pretty good as well. I would definitely order the prune-covered smoked duck again. Delicious!
After living in Flushing, New York for the summer, I was afraid to come to Paris because of the inevitable bubble tea withdrawal that I would surely go through. Luckily I found Le 37m2. Seriously the best bubble tea in Paris. If I do end up finding anything that tops this place, I'll be sure to edit and update, but for now, rest assured that this place is da bomb.
This review is only for their boba. Le 37m2 was a quick five minute walk from my house, so I went a few different times. I've tried their passion fruit boba and absolutely loved it. Their almond milk tea, on the other hand, wasn't the best. It was quite chalky and untasteful. The texture of the boba was harder than I'm used to. But the people there are super friendly and prepare the boba pretty quick. Haven't tried the food yet but it always looked pretty good.
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