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Apparently it really is called conveyor belt sushi -- kaiten sushi, if you want to get sniffy about it. A fun concept that's de riguer in Japan and novel in France, Sushido's moving plates bring an array of maki, nigri, and tempura within everyone's reach. Tempura vegetables are light and crispy, while traditional salmon and tuna rolls are also on offer. It's not a bad bargain for lunch, and dinner is leisurely, with extra seating available upstairs as well as a traditional menu.
One of the best places in the city to eat sushi, the Tokyo restaurant greets customers with cozy interiors and impeccable service. The ambiance is relaxed and friendly, while the decor is a mix of elegance and quirk, replete with salmon-colored walls and soft lighting. The food quality and presentation is phenomenal. Sushi is available in endless varieties, and platters are available for group sharing. There are also assorted brochettes with several meat options, retaining a touch of French technique. The Japanese beers and wines on offer complement the meals perfectly.
With restaurants such as the Soleil Levant, which offer wonderful food, there is often a hidden consequence; the usual razzmatazz has its price. It's completely the opposite here, which is a great surprise. The decor is plain and light and the prices quite reasonable, and every dish here will taste great. This is the case whether it is sushi, sashimi or kebabs that are ordered. The welcome is always friendly.
If you feel like taking a break from the local French cuisine, visit Wasabi to try out their incredible Japanese delicacies. Known for their traditional like Miso Soup, Umi skewers as well as their extensive list of sushi and sashimi options, Wasabi is one of the most popular Japanese restaurants in town. Unlike many other restaurants where you have to make do with wine, here you can sip on a glass of sake while you dine! The cozy restaurant, with its eclectic decor and children's menu is perfect for both dinner dates and family meals.