Published on June 6th, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Salon du Fromage Hisada and its french-japanese cheese specialties
Ms. Sanae Hisada, born in Japan, is far from being a novice in terms of cheese. Already 30 years she has opened his first store in Tachikawa near Tokyo with the idea to make known French cheeses in his country. Passionate, she managed to attract Japanese and his group now has over 20 outlets throughout Japan. In 2004, Ms. Hisada has decided to invest in France with his Salon du Fromage Hisada established in the 1st arrondissement, the Japanese district of Paris.
The Dome of Goat Cheese
Homemade Bean Curd
Goat Cheese with Cranberries
Goat Cheese with Yuzu
Golden Cake – Homemade Cheesecake
Should go ? The Salon du Fromage Hisada is interesting in many ways. Don’t cross Paris to come and buy Comté, it’s not the goal. You must come in Hisada for its cheese specialties with Japanese inspiration. If you like it, then I’ll recommend to have lunch occasionally.
Go back ? Absolutely! I’m always the first to want to taste new delicacies around me, I see with Hisada a good way to have fun. My only regret is that there isn’t always everything. Out of stock or deliberate turnover, I don’t always leave with everything I was looking for.
Expensive ? It’s not given. 6.5 € for Sakura Mochico, ~5 € for Goat balls and 16 € per kilo for bean curd.
Read the complete post in french here.
Salon du Fromage Hisada
47 Rue de Richelieu – Paris 1st
Metro : Pyramides
Tel. : 01 42 60 78 48
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:30am to 9pm.