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Oui, oui Monsieur

With roots firmly set in France, the mouth-watering menu of Le Petit Zinc holds its own in a city full of Gallic poseurs

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In a tropical city where words like "bistro", "brasserie" and "boulangerie" are widely used to add French flair to Thai-owned dining joints (which are often decked out to mimic Parisian sidewalk cafes), diners don't seem to care whether the establishment has anything else to offer than authentic decor. 

But amid the flourishing number of wannabes is a small and humble French eatery that's actually French-owned and run.

Tucked in the serene neighbourhood of Yen Akat, the humble French bistro offers a warm and friendly vibe.

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