BLUEBERRY RESTAURANT - PARIS

In Saint Germain, there is Blueberry.  The Paradise of the crazy makis.

 

In a Wong Kar-Wai movie decor, I discovered an inventive and original place where shizo, yuzu, truffle and mango are cleverly associated.

 

The maki compositions are explosive and amazing: Red Rackham (tempura shrimp, marinated tuna, truffle, cucumber, spicy mayonnaise , chives and flying fish roe), Little Miss Yuzu (tataki salmon, raspberry, mango, Thai chives and yuzu peel ) and Hyde Park Hotel (bream, cucumber, shizo, ginger, avocado and lime).

 

For The Foodalist, Blueberry is very well realized: a restaurant focused on funny sushis with a pop decor and a charming and smiling service.

 

I started with an umeshu piscine and a Japanese spritz (made of yuzushu and gin) and couldn’t stop ordering because the concept was too funny, and the result delicious.

 

I finally found a restaurant where the fusion combines the best of both worlds for my greatest fun!

 

BLUEBERRY

6, sabot street

75006 Paris

Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 am to 2.30 pm (12.30 to 3 pm on Saturday) and 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm (11 pm on Friday and Saturday)

+33 1 42 22 21 56

https://fr-fr.facebook.com/Blueberrysushibar