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Remind me where the authentic Japanese food in Paris is?

spacesasha Apr 2, 2010 01:41 AM

I have a meeting tomorrow in Paris. SInce it is Passover my dining options are pretty limited. I figured sushi or a giant rice bowl would be good options. My meeting is at Sorbonne-Cluny around 14h30. So somewhere no too far from there or a few direct stops on metro would be good.

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  1. Parigi RE: spacesasha Apr 2, 2010 02:08 AM

    rue st Anne
    not in the nabe of Sorbonne-Cluny but you said authentic.

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      John Talbott RE: Parigi Apr 2, 2010 02:35 AM

      Another authentic and inventive one far away from Cluny/etc (I know of none around there) is:
      Le Concert de Cuisine
      14, rue Nelaton in the 15th, (Metro: Bir-Hakeim)
      Closed Sundays and Saturday and Monday lunch
      Lunch menus = 24 & 29, dinner 40 & 57 €.

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        John Talbott RE: John Talbott Apr 2, 2010 08:01 AM

        After eating a second time here (Concert de) I realized that I never asked what you meant by "authentic" because in retrospect Concert is more nouvelle Japanese that perhaps "authentic."

      2. re: Parigi
        spacesasha RE: Parigi Apr 2, 2010 02:42 AM

        Rue Sainte-Anne is possible doable, which ones do you suggest.

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          Parigi RE: spacesasha Apr 2, 2010 04:46 AM

          Naniwa, Kunitoraya, Kadoya.
          They are authentic, not sushi-specific, mainly noodles. Kadoya seems to have a regular "marmite perpétuelle" going.

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            vielleanglaise RE: Parigi Apr 2, 2010 02:10 PM

            I fear this may be belate... I don't know if it's "authentic", but I've enjoyed meals at Kiku, 56 rue de RIcher in the 9th. The lunch menu is particularly goog value.

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        spacesasha RE: spacesasha Apr 2, 2010 11:22 PM

        We'll see if I have time to make it to rue St. Anne. As for authenitc I meant basic japanese food as you would find in tokyo. Nothing fancy just honest, soups, bento boxes, or sushi. Thanks!

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          Oakglen RE: spacesasha Apr 3, 2010 07:47 AM

          Shu, 8 rue Suger, has a bento box lunch and should be an easy walk.

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            Oakglen RE: Oakglen Apr 3, 2010 08:03 AM

            Oops, sorry, I am told Shu is now open for dinner only. Bummer.

        2. jack van praag RE: spacesasha Apr 3, 2010 01:04 PM

          Kunitoraya is a pretty authentic udon joint. i think. rue st anne once again. about 12-15E for a bowl. Try to not let them seat you downstairs.

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            spacesasha RE: spacesasha Apr 7, 2010 12:03 AM

            I went to Rue St. Anne had a great donburi in a nondescript little restaurant. It was perfect, thanks for the recs!

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