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1. Kiyomizu4 rue Saint-Philippe du Roule, Paris
2. Tsukizi2 bis rue des Ciseaux, Paris
3. Le Bar à Sushi Izumi55, boulevard des Batignolles, Paris
4. Rice & Fish16 Rue Greneta, Paris
5. Comme des Poissons24 rue de la Tour, Paris
6. Kinugawa9 Rue du Mont Thabor, Paris
7. Miss Ko49 Avenue George V, Paris
8. Takara14 rue Molière, Paris
9. Isami4 quai d orleans, Paris
10. Icho3 rue des Tournelles, Paris
This small Japanese resto seats only eight at the bar and 38 in the dining area, but for what it lacks in size, it makes up for in flavor explosions. It's recipes come straight from its parent resto in Sendai so authentic is definitely the name of the game.
Located in the th arrondissement, this place is ALL about sushi and they go back to basics to do so, serving only sushi, sashimi, and rolls with no French influence of any kind.
There's not much to this place, it has only 20 seats. But those are highly coveted seats since they serve freshly prepped authentic sushi. And if you wanna try their house specialties (you do), get teh eel, wagyu beef and fatty tuna.
These guys are known for their maki and fusion dishes. A key example? Their Nordic-fusion dish called "the Bjork", which is made with teriyaki salmon, avocado, cucumber, and fried leeks.
This place isn't quite on the beaten path in the heart of the city, but if you're a true fresh fish lover, you'll make the trip out to discover a small space where their talented chefs make your meal right in front of you.
This classy Japanese resto is a solid sushi option any day of the week, but stop by for their Sunday brunch which features a wide array of contemporary Japanese dishes served in a bento box.
Chic location. Delicious sushi with French twists. Did we mention a chic location? This place has exactly what you want for a classy night out for some tremendous food.
Established in 1958, Takara is easily Paris's oldest sushi spot. In the typical French style, Takara offers prix fixe menus in several price ranges, as well as a variety of sashimi and nigiri a-la carte.
This tiny sushi bar located in the 4th arrondissement is one of the most popular spots in town, almost completely based on the freshness of their ingredients. It's a good idea to book a res in advance to coming here.
Located near the Bastille, Icho has a wide variety of set menus and plates that allow you to get the best of whatever the chef is making, so the options are always changing, ensuring that no two visits will be the same.