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7 bis, rue André Lefebvre Send to Phone
01 45 54 48 60
Creative Japanese food in a spare environment.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.
  • Dress code: Casual

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Kaiseki Restaurant Review

: The word “kaiseki” refers to high-end Japanese cuisine. The term also designates the traditional Japanese banquet that Hisayuki Takeuchi tends to modernize here. Enjoy a gastronomic experience in this spare environment with only three large tables, or sample pastries such as green tea madeleines in the tea room. When diners order the omakase menu, the chef has carte blanche to innovate with fresh and meticulously carved products like sea bream, duck, chicken and vegetables, along with maki, sushi and sashimi. The cellar features a vast range of wine and saké.


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