eateries: an authentic taste of tokyo

Friday, November 12, 2010

If you've ever been to a Japanese Restaurant in Paris, you'll notice how most of them have the exact same menu: sushi, sashimi and brochettes. It's quite hard to find an authentic Japanese restaurant that serve the many other delicious delicacies that Japan has to offer. That's why I was so thrilled when I discovered Naniwa-Ya, located at number 11 on the famous Rue St Anne, this restaurant has such a wide variety of udons, sobas and donburis, with side dishes like edamame, takoyaki and fresh gyoza.

Everything is not only prepared in true Japanese fashion, but it's pretty affordable as well. A bowl of udon will run you 7-8 Euros and donburis from 8-9 Euros whereas side dishes like gyoza and takoyaki are around 4 Euros each. Hopefully these photos can give you an idea of what to expect from their amazing kitchen.
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 Naniwa-Ya, 11 Rue St Anne, 75001 Paris



Miki's scrapbook said...

YUM! Everything looks awesome and like real Japanese food! I miss easting in small little restaurants in Japan.

Thanks for dropping by; you have a great blog and any person who likes Belle & Sebastian is worth following ;-).

Cheers from Buenos Aires!


Alli said...

We loved finding Japanese food in Paris. Next time we're there we'll have to try Naniwa-Ya.

the runaway romantique said...

miki: oooh I dream of going to Japan one day! thanks for visiting and all of your amazing little comments :) I've followed you back and look forward to more of your posts!

alli: I hope you enjoy their food! thanks for the comment and follow :)

Ana Powell said...

Great suggestion, definitely the place to eat awesome Japanese food.
Great work, outstanding photos.
Many thanks for your visit ♥

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