Where To Eat Sushi In Paris, Franceairport_transferbarbathtubbusiness_facilitieschild_activitieschildcareconnecting_roomcribsfree_wifigymhot_tubinternetkitchennon_smokingpetpoolresturantski_in_outski_shuttleski_storagesmoking_areaspastar

Where To Eat Sushi In Paris, France

Sushi Toppings | © EHRENBERG Kommunikation/Flickr
Sushi Toppings | © EHRENBERG Kommunikation/Flickr
Paris is known for its amazing gastronomic experiences. In recent years, a lot of interesting and innovative sushi spots have opened in Paris: check out our guide to the best sushi venues in France’s capital city.

Blueberry

Restaurant, Japanese
Vegan sushi
Vegan sushi | © Kari Sullivan/Flickr
This creative and unconventional sushi restaurant offers bright pops of color both on the walls and on your plate. Blueberry specializes in maki rolls, which they serve in portions of six. The creativity for this restaurant is also shown in the other dishes on its menu, which offers an assortment of fresh, light and fruity tastes that are quite elaborate – even for experienced sushi lovers.
More Info

Rice & Fish

Restaurant, Japanese, $$$
Don't take the risk and make your own sushi, head to one of our best sushi spots first!
Don't take the risk and make your own sushi, head to one of our best sushi spots first! | © Andrew Magill/Flickr
With a Japanese and American aesthetic, Rice & Fish has a decor reminiscent of the Hollywood scene. This venue serves innovative and creative dishes. Rice & Fish may be a bit daring in their concoctions, but their products are fresh and delicious, if you are willing to try something new.
More Info

Miss KÔ

Restaurant, Japanese, Sushi, Asian, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-free, $$$
Miss KÔ is located right off of the busy Champs Élysses
Miss KÔ is located right off of the busy Champs Élysses | © Didier Boy de la Tour/WikiCommons
Located near the Champs-Elysées, the Japanese restaurant Miss KÔ feels like a tiny Chinatown street with neon lights and an open kitchen. One dish you must try is the Kô’ burger containing avocado, mizuna, gravlax and tempura-fried green beans.
More Info

Kokohana

Restaurant, Japanese, $$$
The Japanese have been cooking in an open kitchen since at least 1910, when this photos taken.
The Japanese have been cooking in an open kitchen since at least 1910, when this photos taken. | © Boston Public Library/Flickr
Kokohana is also located just steps from the Champs-Elysées. The menu is simple but very delicious. During lunch hours, the chef prepares the food in front of you in an open kitchen. With a minimalistic menu at a very fair price, you can see why Kokohana is a hit.
More Info