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!
6, sabot street
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