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My absolute favourite Japanese restaurant in Paris. The menu selection is excellent, I recommend the following dishes:

  • Hamachi maki
  • Yellow tail/Tuna/Salmon sashimi
  • Hamachi Yuzu Shoyu
  • New Style Salmon Carpaccio
  • Cod
  • Spicy tuna Maki

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Excellent burger, I’m sure you’ve heard.

Hotel Costes

I suggest going for lunch, reserve a table in the terrace – really nice vibe. I recommend:

  • Beef tartare
  • Yellowtail Jalapeno
  • Truffle Risotto

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Beautiful view of Les Tuileries, excellent service and excellent food.

Orient Extreme

Another great Japanese restaurant, although Kinugawa tops them all. I recommend the following dishes:

  • Hamachi yuzu
  • Shrimp spicy mayo salad
  • Sushi/sashimi (your preference)
  • Coconut ice cream is a must!

Looking for a louder more vibey dinner spot?




Recommended by @Lana.ns

Detox Delight (Juice)

Organic juices, great juice cleanse program

L’Alcazar (French)

Really beautiful interior and great vibe, I don’t like foie gras but their “Oeuf bio poché, cèpes, foie gras” dish was incredible.

For dessert the “Millefeuille vanille” was so delicious and creamy

Manko (Peruvian)

Very TAO vibe, cool to stay for the rest of the night for drinks since there’s a show at around 11 I think

Mini veggie quinoa burgers, black angus beef, but the best dish was the “Aeropuerto Caceroles”, it’s fried rice with pork, it was really good.

For dessert the “Chocolat Textures”, really good chocolate mousse

Minipalais (French)

It’s in the Grand Palais, very formal, you’ll see a lot of business looking people having lunch.

Truffle scallops were incredible and the chocolate fondant is delicious and not too heavy

Cafe de Flore (French)

Cutest French café, very famous because of all the French poets that used to go there

Chocolate éclaire is really good, amazing hot chocolate, can’t go wrong with a croissant, and their ham and butter baguette is so fresh

Le Flandrin (French)

Same owners as Costes and L’avenue but a bit of a different menu

The burger is really juicy, the dover sole fish is good, amazing truffle risotto, really good escalope de veau

L’Avenue (French)

Really good breakfast: croissants, hot chocolate, and egg white omelet with goat cheese and spinach

The crying tiger (beef) is really good, so is the chicken paillard and the dover sole, the softest mashed potatoes

For dessert the thin apple pie FOR SURE

Le Germain (French)

Really cool artsy interior, there’s a huge gorilla in the Restroom

Great for breakfast, really good scrambled eggs

For lunch: fish and chips are really good, same with the burger, the fries are a must

Delicious chocolate fondant

Hotel Bachaumont (French)

Really really good food

Crusted turkey and the truffled mashed potato is a must

Chocolate ice cream, they get you a whole bucket with a scooper

Aux Prés (French)

The waiter was really funny and sweet

The burger was incredible and so were the fries – it wasn’t a big burger so it was perfect

For dessert: the Baba au Rhum, freshly made madeleines, or the fresh pineapple

Vanilla sky juice – such a refreshing juice



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