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Dosanko deliver an enjoyable fast-dining experience in the heart of Paris. The food is delicious, served quick and fresh, as well as authentic, as most of the staff is Japanese. Cannot recommend enough!
I randomly picked this ramen place among many in this neighborhood of 1er arrondissement! Lunch combo came gozya or raviolis as the French call them.It was so good and the place was clean that I came back twice
The restaurant is run by the Japanese and they serve very good ramen. It’s so good to have a good hot ramen in cold winter of Paris. Be warned that you would probably have to stand on a queue during busy hours. Seating is limited...More
We came here twice in one day - once for lunch and once for dinner, so that just shows that it’s got to be good. When it comes to ramen, I believe it should be rated according to the quality of the noodles, the broth,...More
This is our go-to ramen place in Paris.
This place makes me feel I’m in Tokyo-they close very late! The food is delicious, the serving is massive (you’ll have to come with a very big appetite!), and the quality is close to what you’d get...More
We enjoyed the food there with our order of OMU-RICE (Japanese omelette, fried rice and tomato sauce, with Hayashi sauce, Pork Loin Tonkatsu and special of the day, Lingcod Tonkatsu, ended with Japanese Whiskey Bread Pudding. It was the best Tonkatsu that we have had...More
This really is the best ramen in Paris. This isn't about the service or the decor, this is only about the food. And it's really worth it. Bonus point: when they say big, they mean BIG. Fantastic. I love a bowl of ramen thicker than...More
The neighborhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theaters, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.