Food and drink
As well as decent sushi and sashimi, there are plenty of other interesting options, including lacquered grilled fish, seaweed salad, vegetable tempura and beef teriyaki – the menu découverte is a good way of trying several of them out. It's also a rare place in Paris to do shabu shabu, a sort of Japanese fondue in which you dip thin slices of meat and vegetables into a pot of boiling broth.
A stylish combination of exposed stone and pale wood.
Courteous and friendly.
About halfway along the Japanese heartland of rue Ste-Anne, which stretches between Opéra and the Palais-Royal.
There are lunch menus for around 14-17 euros, dinner menus around 21-32. The shabu shabu fondue is rather pricey at about 50 per person.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers