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.
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.
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.
Kinugawa boasts two different locations in Paris. The restaurant itself is decorated with an Asian aesthetic, with muted lighting and light music. They specialize in sashimi, with a popular choice being the Sashimi à la Kinugawa.
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.
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.
The Buddha Bar has become famous in Paris, not only as a restaurant but also for the venue itself. The decor is pioneering in its form of design and style, and the atmosphere and the music are guaranteed to be good.