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Kunitoraya – Paris

Kunitoraya is my place in Paris when I am craving for udons. At the large open counter open on the dining room, this institution prepares Japanese noodles with rice flour close to perfection. I love: The simplicity of this place and the freshness of its food; The funky colours of its walls and ceiling; Its […]

Jin – Paris

Posted by Amélie on 27 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment

Where? In Paris, near Saint Honoré street.   What? A tiny Omakase. For who? Sushi purists. With whom? A friend who shares the love of silence, necessary for any traditional Omakase. My feeling? You don’t arrive at Jin “by chance“. If you walk through the door of this very confidential place, that’s thanks to a friend […]

Heimat – Paris

Posted by Amélie on 05 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment

Where? In Paris, in Palais Royal neighborhood. What? An Italian neo-bistro. For who? A foodie looking for modern and smart cuisine. With whom? His friend, in the contemporary art business. My feeling? Heimat modern and simple atmosphere reflects the mindset of this contemporary bistro opened by Pierre Jancou (La Crèmerie, Racine and Vivant). A bistronomic […]

Ginza Onodera – Paris

Posted by Amélie on 27 May 2015 / 0 Comment

Where?  In the 1st arrondissement of Paris. What? A real omakase, where the chef makes your sushi following his inspiration. For who? An authentic sushi lover. With whom? His boss, in love with Japanese food, to prove he shares the same refinement and authenticity. My feeling? This delicate journey begins as soon as the wooden and paper […]

Kunitoraya 2 – Paris

Posted by Amélie on 15 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment

Where? In Paris, near the Opera Garnier. What? An unconventional Japanese restaurant. For who? Modern kaiseki enthusiasts. With whom? A couple of friends who wants to try traditional Japanese cuisine, without any excessive budget or austere atmosphere. My feeling? Kunitoraya is an institution in Paris for his udons the Rue Saint Anne. What some people […]