Unique experience in a tiny setting. Subtle foam like amuse gueule with smoky fish taste. Original cuisine. Delicate presentation of prawns and sugar peas and beautiful bento box. Particularly attentive yet charming service.
1 - 10 of 54 reviews
Small, excellent Japanese Gastro restaurant. The food is a mix of modern and traditional. Far away from the Sushis and else bars, we are invited to discover unknown flavors. Perfect service, perfect atmosphere. But of course, for such a quality, it does not come cheap....More
We had a quick dinner as the waiters informed us they were closing at 10:30. We had ordered then a grilled octopus and a some grilled fish. Once the food arrived I was surprised about the quantity, so poor... I was more surprised when I...More
You can watch the chef prepare your very good food here while being served in low-key style by the friendly, helpful staff. Nice sake selection, and multi-lingual staff.
As many of the reviewers here, we chose this restaurant because it was close to the hotel and had good marks on both Google and Tripadvisor. The food was incredibly tasty and good quality, authentic and refined. The staff were also very nice, they devote...More
We choose it because it was close to the Odeon and Google told us it was the best Japanese restaurant around. Don´t know the rest but this one was top marks. The service, led by Yuko, was so polite and helpful it felt like being...More
A tiny Japanese restaurant in Quartier Latin. This is not a Chinese restaurant converted into a Japanese one, but a real one with a Japanese chef. The restaurant has seating at street level and a long table for 8-10 persons in the basement. So if...More
This is a tiny little Left Bank restaurant on a quiet street, with great service and fabulous Japanese food (with a slightly French flair). Not a tourist place at all! Dishes are beautifully presented, and the food is fresh and delicious. The staff are all...More