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Restaurant SAaM in ParisSAaM (Paris) - © Julie Gerbet

Le Guide Fooding’s Best Street Food Award 2016

At this restaurant with intentionally dilapidated décor and a very clandestine feel (stripped-bare walls, brass light fixtures and green plants), squeeze in around one of the Formica tables and savor all the hits of Korean street food. The day we went for lunch: copious dupbap – rice and sautéed veggie bowls that you top, for example, with dak (fried chicken) and a peanut-sesame sauce (€14 at lunch, €16 at night) or tofu, pork and black Angus beef; excellent Taiwanese gua bao dumplings stuffed with marinated beef and a Korean BBQ sauce with white radish, cheddar and chipotle (€15 for two with a side); and delicious sides like the spicy kimchi rice balls (€9); before a tasty yuzu and salted caramel cake (€5). And to liqueur up? A fruity chungha, a sort of Korean sake (€4 a glass, €14 a bottle), or a Hite beer (€5 for 330 ml). Set menus €11-14 (weekday lunch), dupbap €16, gua bao €15-16 for two (+ side), desserts €5-6. // Antoine Betbze 

Getting there

Restaurant SAaM
59 bis, rue de Lancry
TEL: +33 9 83 50 84 94
Subway: Jacques Bonsergent, Gare de l'Est