Posts Tagged ‘sushi’

Paris Restaurants: Blueberry

I was sitting at home reading a press release about a tempting new Japanese place called Blueberry when my partner, who is not a foodie and […]

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Paris secrets: ZenZoo tea parlor

Paris Secrets: An Afternoon in the Japanese Quarter

In the nest of winding streets between the Palais Royal and Opéra, a batch of Japanese restaurants and businesses unassumingly sprout out of the area’s Haussmannian buildings to form one of the best Paris secrets: a booming Japanese quarter. Not only is the quarter the city’s culinary hub of Japanese cuisine, it also boasts a variety of specialty grocery stores and tea parlors, as well a handful of French cultural attractions such as the quaint Passage Vivienne, the beautiful Palais Royal and the Richelieu branch of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF).

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Good Sushi Restaurants in Paris: They Exist!

We all know that Paris is one of the food capitals of the world. The Parisians have mastered almost every genre of cuisine—almost, that is. When it comes to sushi, the French are lagging behind. And if you’re a fanatic for raw fish, as I am, after being in Paris for a while you’ll start to crave that fresh Japanese taste. Now, there are definitely sushi restaurants in Paris; it’s just that many of them are vile, serving chunks of gluey rice and fish that tastes like it’s been frozen for weeks.

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Asian food in Paris

As much as I love it after five straight meals of French food I need a break. I could probably have a croissant every day, although…

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