Respond to Review of Tien Hiang
Review: Full disclosure - I have not been to this Tien Hang, I went to the old location a couple of days before it closed down. However, I believe this place it owned by the same people, so I'll pop a review down here anyway. Keep that in mind though. I was quite impressed with Tien Hang - it didn't really look like much from the outside, but the food was very nice, and there was a lot of variety. The menu was exclusively in French, which isn't a complaint as such - this is Paris after all - but due to the similarity between a lot of the dishes, it can be a little difficult to differentiate exactly what you're asking for without a bit more of a grasp of the language than I have :s Luckily, closing your eyes and pointing at the menu will probably get you something decent anyway. I took that shot in the dark approach (OK, I didn;t literally close my eyes and point), and was pleasantly surprised to end up with a bizarre dish that I once ended up with through a similarly random process in a noodle bar in Vietnam - deep-fried noodles, crispy and battered, with vegetables. It's probably not the greatest choice in the south-east Asian recipe book, but they pulled it off. So Tien Hang comes highly recommended for cheap and tasty food with lots of variety, and I hope that this applies to the new location just as much as the old.