Jules et Shim is a canal-side Korean canteen, serving up Bibimbap and Kimchi to eat-in or take-away.
It’s the exact kind of simple, inexpensive and super fresh Asian food the canal needs, made even more genial by it’s picnic ready packaging.
For the uninitiated, Bibimbap literally translates to mixed rice, whereby steamed white rice is served with a mix of pickled and sautéed vegetables, alongside an optional protein and some form of chilli paste or sauce.
At Jules et Shim it’s generally a choice between marinated prawns, beef (bulgogi), pork (épicé) or chicken (galbi), with a choice of sauces ranging from the mild (soy, sesame oil) to the masculine (super piquante). For the quantity, it’s a steal at €8.50.
For those that love a bit of kick to their meal, the Kimchi is our favourite addition.
Impress fellow hipsters: as many will quess, the name was inspired by the 1962 Truffaunt film Jules et Jim.
Jules et Shim, 22 rue des Vinaigriers 75010
T. +33 (0)1 58 20 17 91
Metro: Jacques Bonsergent
Monday – Wednesday, 12pm – 3pm
Thursday – Sunday, 12pm – 10pm