We called at our friends, Jérôme and Harmonie's new place, "Madame Pang's", very near Dan where we used to meet. It's their new venture, with interior design by a talented young architect, divided into small, intimate seating areas and with a menu of dim sum - Cantonese tapas - and a long and varied list of different drinks.
We ordered three things : crispy chicken, crispy beef and vegetable tempura.
The chicken came first, super little crispy-coated pieces of chicken piled artfully into a column. We guzzled them with gusto.
Then arrived the beef, in little strips, more crunchy than the chicken, but equally good.
Last to arrive, after a little pause, was the vegetable tempura. Green beans, mushrooms, sliced courgettes, I think, and maybe courgette leaves coated in a light mousse of crispy batter. This was our favourite.
The prices start at 4€ per portion and go up to about 12€. Three portions between two of us was plenty for us, and we chose from the cheaper end of the scale.
Thoroughly recommended for anyone, whatever their budget.