30 October, 2012

Good Japanese Restaurants in Paris

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I have heard that there are about 600 hundred Japanese restaurants in Paris now. And most of them are run by Chinese people.

I have no complaints, because there are many Chinese restaurants in Japan run by Japanese people...

Several people have asked me about good Japanese restaurants in Paris. So, here are some of them I like.

Isami (sushi)

Address : 4 quai d’Orléans 75004
Tél : 01 40 46 06 97

This is the only good sushi restaurant I can recommend. A little bit expensive. The food is very real.

Reservation is a MUST!

Nodaiwa (eel)

Adress : 272,rue Saint-Honoré 75001
Tél : 01 42 86 03 42

Grilled eel over rice is a special dish for Japanese people. A little expensive. The waiters and waitresses speak perfect Japanese!

Aki (okonomiyaki)

Address : 11 bis rue Sainte Anne,
75001 Paris
Tel :

What is okonomiyaki? My quick answer is Japanese pizza. LOL If you want to know more about it, Wikipedia is always a good idea.

Reasonable, always crowded!

Kunitoraya (udon)

Adress : 39 rue Sainte-Anne 75001
Tél : 01 47 03 33 65

Adress : 5, rue Villedo 75001
Tél : 01 47 03 07 74

There are two branches near Opera area. I like the new one on rue Villedo.

Udon is Japanese noodles in soup made of wheat, different from soba which is made of buckwheat.

Medium expensive. Always crowded.

Naritake (ramen)

Address: 31 rue de Petits-Champs, 75001
Tel: 01 42 86 03 83

New, reasonable, great for the price!

Please call them before going to the restaurants. In Paris, you never know what happens.

Yuji xxx

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