The sorrounding of the restaurant is pretty nice, but the restaurant itself is pretty small, old and dark. You don't have to think to find a particuar and refined ambient here.
It seems a Japanese honky-tonk (tavern) you can see in some Japanese movies.
The food is pretty divine, though there's always too much ginger in every plate.
There's no English menu, and the main part of the menu is written in French, and not in Japanese. Not all the plates of the menu are available...
It's a good place...to try some Japanese plates...no more than ones!!
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