Fair lunch prices (menu starting at 7,80 euros) with a good service and free wifi. Good option for a quick recovery after long walks in Paris.
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We enjoyed delicious gyoza and dragon roll here when we needed a break from bread, cheese and ham. Their yakitori was good not great. Lots of sushi options on the menu. Service is friendly but staff doesn't speak much English.
Japanese restaurants in Paris seem to have very similar menus, and that is not a good thing - this is not a traditional Japanese restaurant, but a French sushi place. However, what Kyo does, it does well. The fish is very fresh, and cut to...More
This restaurant is open 7/7 and one can get a table at lunch without a reservation. We were quickly seated and service was very attentive. We sampled the express menu and ordered the Ton Katsu and a chicken bento box. Both came with miso soup...More
This is a nice place to be and to eat Japanese in Le Marais. They accept you after midnight to get wonderful sushis, brochettes .... service is friendly! A crawdy place means a good place.
This one of my fav resto in Paris for sushu located in Marais district very fancy. Always Excellent service. Would recommend this for friends
Attracted by the good review we went for a casual dinner. We were expecting an average level but it was actually a very poor experience. The cutlery and plates arrived already dirty, the fish was old and tasted like it would make you sick therefore...More
Open on Monday!!! Service was great, even by American standards. Several of the staff spoke some English which was nice. Food was good. Nothing exceptional or creative but fresh. Rice was a good texture and there was a good fish to rice ratio in the...More