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The restaurant is on a quiet street in the Japanese area of Paris, and is distinguished by its cool and sober decor.
The restaurant was full when we arrived, but we only had about a ten minute wait for a table for four.
Had lunch with the family. The soba made using flour from Fukui prefecture is good, as is the chicken karaage. The staff are all Japanese, and not all speak French or English, but they do try their best to communicate and are very cheerful throughout...More
The only good soba resto in Paris. But the portions are very small. Too small. Apart from this (major) pbm, the service is good, the decor is neat and everything is clean. Prepare to pay 25-30/pers for lunch and still be hungry.
This place lives up to its reputation. Clean and crisp and austere in good Japanese style; excellent, rapid service; and delectable offerings. The main attraction, the soba, are excellent: thick and chewy, served in a very light but flavorful broth. The eggplant ohitashi with bonita...More
The Japanese bookstore around the corner recommended it. They new why. The noodles are authentic, tasty, plentiful, and the service is first class. Not much space - Japanese moms like to gather here for a chat and a quick meal.
I can without any hesitation give 5/5 to this new soba place. The cooking and taste of the variety of soba are perfect. The service friendly. The design and decoration of the restaurant opened, tradition obliged, to à clear nice kitchen, is warm.