Hotel George V

japonais

Okuda
The 3 Michelin stars chef Toru Okuda opens his first Parisian address in 2013 only few steps away from the hotel. The restaurant offers, high level gourmet cuisine (only tasting menu) served at the counter facing the chef or in a small dining room in the basement. The most exclusive Japanese restaurant in town.
7 rue de La Trémoille, 75008
+33 1 40 70 19 19
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Aida
The typically Japanese decor is sober and elegant: have seat at the bar (nine seats) or in the small private room, with tatami and enjoy the tasting menu. Cooking, seasoning, cuts, temperatures : everything is precise and sublime the expression of the product; sushis, oysters and lobster are prepared in front of you by the Chef.
1 rue Pierre Leroux, 75007
+33 1 43 06 14 18
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Orient Extreme
Elegant and refined atmosphere in complete harmony with Japanese contemporary architecture. The Chef’s know-how reflects Japanese culture and modernity with resolutely contemporary creations. Every dish reinvents Japanese gastronomy in amazing assemblages with new tastes and unforgettable flavors.
21 rue Bayard, 75008
+33 1 47 20 91 58
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Hanawa
This large Japanese restaurant with contemporary and elegant decor allows you to choose among four areas : sushi bar, teppanyaki, tearoom and gourmet restaurant. The sophisticated cuisine works products of great quality and freshness.
26 rue Bayard, 75008
+33 1 56 62 70 70
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Kinugawa
This Parisian institution changed owner in 2012 and was completely refurbished. The tandem Giles and Boissier (famous Parisian designer) rethought the old fashion decor, blending contemporary and aesthetic mind Japanese: an elegant success. The staff is wonderfully attentive. The cuisine as well turned to something more contemporary revisiting the classics and adding a French touch to the menu.
9 rue du Mont-Thabor, 75001
+33 1 42 60 65 07
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Isami
One of the best sushi restaurants in Paris located by Saint Louis island. The small dining room is simply decorated but the main interest will be the Itamae (sushi master) working behind the bar. It is well worth watching during the time it can take to bring your order.
4 Quai d’Orléans 75004
+33 1 40 46 06 97
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Toyo
Chef Toyomitsu Nakayama used to be the private chef of Japanese couturier Kenzo The designer’s influence can be seen in the restaurant’s beautiful plates and pictures, giving a particular elegance to the large space with its long bench seating fourteen, a few small tables and a private room at the back. Toyo works with the best ingredients, fish from the Poissonnerie du Dôme, meat from Hugo Desnoyer and vegetables from Joël Thiébault.
17 rue Jules Chaplain, 75006
+33 1 43 54 28 03
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Jin
The sushi-bar sober decor of imported Japanese wood, with nothing to distract the diner. Behind the counter the chef Taku elaborates the Omakase (tasting menu) Everything is done with extreme finesse, the flavours strong and distinct, the light-handed seasoning measured out by the millimeter
6 rue de la Sourdière 75001
+33 1 42 61 60 71
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Takara
Close to the Opera Garnier in « little Japan » Takara is the first Japanese restaurant in Paris open in 1958. The restaurant serves simple classic Japanese cooking in casual atmosphere.
14 rue Molière, 75001
+33 1 42 96 08 38
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Kunitoraya I & II
Two outlets on rue Villedo just off the rue Sainte-Anne make the best hot and cold udon noodles in town. The pared-down version (Kunitoraya 1) looks like a long, narrow New York loft with one wall in red brick and an open kitchen in the back; the other (Kunitoraya 2), more upscale version with a more ambitious (and expensive) tasting menu, sits in what was once a traditional Parisian bistro.
5 rue Villedo, 75001 Paris
+33 1 47 03 07 74
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Four Seasons Hotel George V
31 avenue George V
75008 Paris, France
Ph.+33 1 49 52 71 07
Fax +33 1 49 52 70 05

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