Fodor's Expert Review Abri
This tiny storefront restaurant's immense popularity has much to do with the fresh and imaginative food, the friendly servers, and great prices. The lauded Japanese chef works from a small open kitchen behind the zinc bar, putting forth skillfully prepared dishes like lemon-marinated mackerel topped with microthin slices of beet with honey vinaigrette, or succulent duck breast with vegetables au jus. With food this good, and prices to match, this is one of Paris's most popular foodie destinations, so be sure to reserve weeks in advance.
92 rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière
Paris, Île-de-France 75010, France
- Daily changing menu inventive French-Japanese cuisine
- Casual atmosphere and great prices
- Need to make reservations weeks in advance