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Khatag Tibetan Restaurant

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 6 reviews )
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68 Rue Quincampoix (at Rue Rambuteau), Paris, France, 75003

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers many vegetarian options. Staff understands veganism and will accommodate. Open Mon-Sun 7:00pm-10:30pm, Tue-Sun 12:00pm-2:30pm.

Category: Chinese, Beer/Wine, Tibetan, Non-veg

Reviews (6)

First Review by AnnFromIllinois

Worst meal in Paris - Edit

The food was terrible. I had fried vermicelli noodles with vegetables and the veggies were defrosted. (you could taste the water and everything was soft and had no taste). Staff was bad too. Waitress took our credit cards and went to the bar with them despite having the terminal with her. Wouldn't recommend.

Cons: poor staff, bad produce and terrible food altogether


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Authentic! - Edit

As lovers of Nepalese/ Bhutanese and Tibetan cuisine, we were very excited to discover this cost little restaurant near Rue Montmarte.

We ordered the lentil soup and cheese soup, stir fried vegetables and momos. The soups were very hearty and yummy! Veggies were not particularly Tibetan but they were nice.
The chili rocks!


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I didn't like it - Edit

I thought the owner knew about vegan diet but I've got proved wrong there.

I ordered some nems for starter even though I asked if the nems would be vegan which it had been confirmed, the plate came with a wannabe coleslow full of non vegan mayo and the nems on the top.

I tried to eat the top part which hadn't been soaking into the mayo but ...

When I asked them about it : Their answer was "you should have said it". Ok, it was hard to ask about something I didn't know that would be coming. I think it was up to them to add 1+1 as if I wanted vegan nems I also wanted a vegan dish. Nowhere on the menu card it says that the nems would come with a non vegan salad (or even a salad). I thought I would get a plate with a few nems in it maybe 6. Btw, there was only 3 nems in that starter...

I had also written a message with my online booking, precising that we would be 2 vegan people that evening.

Anyway, I also ordered a vegan dish which was ok, nothing amazing.


I don't think the place was clean at all, you could see some crumbs and other pieces of polystyrene under the bar. A mop in the middle of the way. They wouldn't have passed hygiene control that's for sure.


The only good thing I see is that the place had a nice atmosphere. It was nice to be somewhere else in the middle of Paris.


Updated from previous review on Sunday February 22, 2015

Updated from previous review on Sunday February 22, 2015

Pros: the atmosphere

Cons: lack of hygiene, food, stubburnness


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The staff understands veganism - Edit

As the description says, the staff absolutely know what veganism is and were happy to accommodate us. I believe the owners allowed us to sit while their restaurant was technically closed. I had a rice and vegetable dish with steamed bread. I enjoyed my meal but it was a bit greasy/oily. It was my first time trying that sort of bread - I loved it. Happy to recommend.

Pros: vegan-friendly, good prices


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A little oasis - Edit

Loved this place. We were a bit early for lunch and the restuarant was empty, so we were a bit worried. But no fear, the place filled up fast. The staff was very well informed of the food and made several recommendations. I will definitely go back again.

Pros: location, willingness to make changes


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