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Sola is an elegant restaurant that serves Japanese and French infusion cuisine. Carefully created by renowned chef Hiroki Yoshitake, the daily menu invites diners to a meal that is both surprising and delicious. Take your shoes off as you step inside this 17th Century building and sit on the floor at a traditional Japanese table under gorgeous vaulted ceillings. Savor the fine dishes that change daily, such as miso-lacquered foie gras. Make sure you try their traditional sake drinks.
Located near Quai d'Orléans, Isami, the Japanese restaurant oozes class and character. Decorated with the crisp, minimalist and contemporary Japanese eye, it could not be more different from your regular Parisian restaurant. This cuisine emphasizes on fresh ingredients, flavors and natural colors, which is exactly you get here at Isami; presented in a way that not only appeals to the stomach but also the eye! Accompanied by fresh sake, probably the best in Paris, a meal here is top notch, to say the least. True, the prices are high, but you wont be disappointed, given the service, food and ambiance at this place.
Nanashi on the rue Charlot is one of the series of Japanese restaurants. Quite popular for its affordable meals, locals frequent this spot for their favorite sushi. With tasty vegetarian options, it caters to a wider audience. Apart from their sushi, some of their desserts are quite delectable. A must try!
An exotic feast for the palate awaits you at Hanafousa. Established in 1972, this restaurant has been delighting customers for more than 40 years with their tantalizing fares. Authentic Japanese food, ranging across sushi, sashimi, udon, soba and much more are available here. However, a specialty of this place is their teppanyaki service. Watching your chef artistically prepare your dish on an iron girdle in front of you is a sheer marvel. This restaurant is merely a few minutes away from the Odeon theater; enjoy a delightful Japanese meal here after a show.
With multiple outlets in Tokyo, this restaurant brings alive the exotic flavors of Japanese cuisine in Paris. Establishes in 1996, this restaurant features an extensive array of traditional Japanese cuisine. However, the fresh eel, skewered and grilled over hot coal deserves a special mention. For people on the go, the restaurant also offers takeaway option. Nodaiwa is a spoonful of Tokyo in the heart of Paris.
This critically acclaimed restaurant is one of the best Japanese joints you can treat yourself to. With a great sushi bar on the ground floor, all you sushi fans can work up a good appetite and stream in here. The restaurant above offers some real authentic Japanese fare among a traditional decor of gold, wood and rock. The prices are a bit on the steep side, but one you dig into the food, you'll realize its worth every penny. If you're willing to shell out a little more, Kinugawa can be a nice spot to relax, unwind and binge away on treats from the heart of Japan!
It may seem strange to be going to Japanese restaurant when in Paris. But strangely enough, this will probably be some of the most delicious Japanese food you have ever tasted. The sophisticated interiors of Guilo Guilo are dominated by shades of red and black. The open kitchen is set up in the center with counter seating around it, giving you a clear view of the happenings in the kitchen. To be seated separately, you would have to book a small private room. Here, you will be served the prix fixe menu, which consists of six to eight courses and can be adjusted to suit your taste. The menu as a whole changes on a regular basis and uses seasonal ingredients, keeping a good rotation of flavors and dishes. To try out these magical creations of chef Eichii Edakuni ensure that you book your table way in advance.
Best known for sushi and sashimi, Kaïten is a traditional Japanese restaurant patiently serving its diners the best of Japanese culinary creations. The dishes are passed around on a moving track from where diners can pick up what fancies them. Payment is charged for the number of plates that are eaten. The decor is classy and sophisticated, as expected from this high-end place.
Set out on a culinary journey to the far East at Benkay. Nestled within the luxurious Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel hotel, this restaurant offers authentic Japanese cuisine. A specialty of this place is their wasabi dishes; the spicy flavor is sure to excite your taste buds. Sit around your chef's girdle for a teppanyaki style meal, and watch him artfully prepare your dish. Though the prices lean towards being expensive, do try the food; you'll realize it is worth every cent. It is no wonder that this place has been featured in various guides. Manned by amicable Japanese staff, don't let the language be a hindrance between you and delicious food!
This all-purpose Asian restaurant serving a mix of Chinese and Japanese dishes has an all-you-can-eat buffet every day! The food may not be haute cuisine, but the prices are reasonable and the buffet allows you to pick and choose what you like best. The dumplings and sushi are usually very fresh, thanks to quick turnover, and some of the special Chinese and Japanese dishes, like brochettes of fish and meat, are quite tasty. The buffet is the only option here, so prices are always the same.