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Who’s got two thumbs and is behind on blogging? *points to self*

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So! This dim sum thing has, to my delight, become a regular occurrence. Every weekend, on Saturday or Sunday morning, you can find a group of anywhere from four to a dozen expats meeting up in the 13th and noisily consuming stacks of steamer baskets full of plump dumplings.

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We recently started trying a new place, Tricotin, which is right across the street from our other usual dim sum place, La Chine Massena. I like it because it has huge windows that look out into the street, which let a lot of light in. I also love the fried items on the menu, in which La Chine Massena is sadly lacking.

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On the minus side, no carts. You order from a printed menu. It feels a little less “authentic” that way.

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For more on our recent dim sum adventures, visit:

Expat Edna
La Vie à Paris

The rule for dim sum in Paris seems to be: get there early. We always plan our outings for 11am and never have trouble getting a table, even for a dozen people. But around noon, it gets so busy that sometimes it’s standing room only for the people who are waiting.

Tricotin
15 Avenue de Choisy, 75013 (Porte de Choisy)
01 45 84 74 44
€15-20 per person.

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