Published on June 25th, 2013 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
仁 Jin Saint-Honoré, the excellence of Japanese cuisine in Paris
Paris has a new restaurant devoted to the high Japanese cuisine. The sushi master Takuya Watanabe, come to Sapporo in Japan, hits hard with 仁 Jin Saint-Honoré offering exceptional Japanese cuisine based on fresh fish in the 1st arrondissement. Typically the style of address to which I can’t resist.
Should go ? Obviously. 仁 Jin Saint-Honoré and its Chef Taku can only force the admiration. Food is really great and service was lovely. The high places of Japanese gastronomy in Paris are rare and deserve it comes time to travel there for a dinner.
With ? Perfect for a dinner for two in a relaxed atmosphere at the counter.
Go back ? With great pleasure even if the price reserve it for special occasions.
Expensive ? Of course, 125 € is inevitably expensive. At this price, you don’t only eat well, you lived a rare culinary experience in Paris. We must say that for this price you have both a restaurant and a show. So, it becomes almost cheap 😉
Restroom ? Perfect.
仁 Jin Saint-Honoré
6, rue de la Sourdière – Paris 1er
Métro : Tuileries
Tél. : 01 42 61 60 71
Open every evening from Monday to Saturday only.
Résumé : 仁 Jin Saint-Honoré and Sushi Master Takuya Watanabe hit hard by offering exceptional Japanese cuisine in Paris. With menus at 95 € or 125 € at the counter, you will have the pleasure to admire the chef at work preparing sashimi, sushi and absolutely magical original creations. With an attentive service, you will have certainly a memorable evening.