Beautiful colors take you from a room to another, colorful chandeliers coming down from the ceiling, thick wood tables, walls painted in flashy colors... this place looks nothing like a Japanese restaurant. Vibrant vibes accompany you around making you want to order the complete menu. A bottle of white wine, maki rolls and here we were ready to travel. I loved the spotlight over every table for your photos to be clear and ready to share; ask for the internet password and spread the love as it happens.
Waiters dressed in black and a big smile on their face walk-around like if today was their first day on the job. Blue napkins, wooden chopsticks, handmade glass cups... I loved the setup.
Excellent, the food is excellent! Crunchy tuna on toast with truffle oil and seven choices of maki. The Maki rolls are really good inside out. I loved the presentation on rectangular plates, the colors, and freshness which make your mouth water. Their taste is even better: good quality rice that’s not sticky and not sweet wrapped around premium ingredients. Flavors are well balanced and strong; you feel the lemon zest, the sweet and sour, the mustard leaves and the crunchy vegetables inside. The seafood quality is also exceptional.
I was eating, writing, taking photos... writing again and letting myself enjoy the moment. There is no wasabi, no ginger and soy sauce is not even needed. Does Google Maps have the option of leaving a 6/5?
Desserts are good, not as good as the maki rolls thought. I like the blueberry matcha tart, not the cheesecake.
Blueberry is your sushi place when visiting Paris! I never enjoyed a Japanese meal in the capital but now I can say that I did. I ordered 50 pieces and finished them all: this quality food cannot be left behind.