The queue to go inside is often long but the place is nice. Food is tasty and not really expensive for Paris. The speciality is okonomiyakis, but the curry chicken with rice is awesome.
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Aki is a refreshing change from what usually goes by the name of Japanese restaurant in Paris. There's not a sushi or yakitori to be seen there, but only carefully cooked dishes. We went there to sample okonomiyaki, a kind of vegetable-based omelet topped with...More
based on the reviews, we took visiting, American friends for lunch because our usual okonomiyaki restaurant was closed. the food was barely warm, lacked taste, had too many crunchy, uncooked, ingredients and was missing a major japanese topping, tonkatsu sauce. one server got angry because...More
Probably one of the funniest meals in my life. I think you need some 'instructions for use' for a country bumpkin like me to eat their Japanese pasta. It was presented on a square box-tray & not realizing that with your chopsticks you had to...More
Excellent japanese food by Japanese people. Their speciality: okonomiyaki. The best is to ask to sit at the counter downstairs and to watch the show. really interesting. You get your food fast and it is quiet cheap : 32€ for 2 okonomiyaki + 1 takoyaki...More
This place is the real deal. It's a small authentic Japanese place. The food was very good, they have good deals for starters and main dishes, plus the service was lovely. They also have a small bakery across the street, that serves the best japanese...More
We discovered Aki on our last visit to Paris, having stayed at the Hotel Moliere which is just a stones throw (ie 4-5 min walk) away. The restaurant certainly lives up to the positive reviews found on TripAdvisor and we found little to complain about....More