Excellent food and Service if you like shabu shabu it's the right place, sushi and sashimi is great also
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Way too expensive. Not sure run by real Japanese even though situated in the japanese district. Portion are very small, they use big plate but nothing consistent inside. Did not go to this restaurant for around 3 years, will not go there again.
The only positive thing is the decor and it’s all downhill from there. No English menu and no English speaking staff, had to use my broken French and google translate. As soon as that battle was over came the food, miso soup was served with...More
Nice fashionable jap place in the heart of Paris. Good welcome and nice service, Food is alright, had a chicken teriyaki that is seasoned with a salad and some nice sauce. Shame the quantity aint maybe that big. Anyways you have a soup some algae...More
I think the servers need a lesson about temperature. The beer they served was room temperature and they offered us ice cubes when we mentioned it. They also offered another bottle but they were also not cold so we declined. The shabu shabu was given...More
We ordered shukiyaki set dinner. They serve Japanese food in a Chinese style. Fake Japanese food. So bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We dined here on our last night in Paris, partly because we wanted a light meal before travelling the next day and partly because our daughter eats fish but not meat so Japanese food is ideal. We had a mixture of some very fresh and...More
In the area for a movie a friend suggested Koetsu for lunch. Although I have been in Paris for many years, I had not known of this wonderful Japanese restaurant. Now it will be my only Japanese restaurant - because it is the best! The...More
We came to Rue Sainte Anne as we wanted to have an authentic Japanese dinner but there were lines everywhere. We didn't want to wait and went in here. We had sashimi as a starter and shabu shabu afterwards. The shabu shabu had a lot...More
I've been going to this place for years. It is definitely a cut above the slightly cheaper Japanese eateries that line up rue Saint-Anne. The rice is definitely the fine Japanese rice you eat in Japan, and the sushi and sashimi are very fresh and...More