Published on August 8th, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Sara, new Soba restaurant in Paris
Recently opened in the Japanese district of Paris close to the Rue Saint-Anne, Sara restaurant was designed by the Japanese entrepreneur Yoshikazu Kitada. He already has the restaurants Yen (Paris 6th) and Kai (Paris 1st). With Sara, he diversified and created a japanese canteen specialized in Soba 蕎麦. Soba is made by an experienced Chef (Sobashokuninそばしょくにん) with buckwheat flour imported from Japan.
Japanese Salad with spinach & mushroom
Salmon Temaki & Inari Sushi
Should Go ? Restaurants to eat good handmade Soba in Paris are very rare. Because of that, Sara is a place to keep warm. However, as many Japanese canteen in Paris prices are too high. You can go smoothly if you feel like Soba but keep in mind that your money could be better spent elsewhere.
With ? Otaku with a job.
Go Back ? Yes but I hope that the menu will evolve to more elaborate recipes.
Expensive ? Approximately from 30 to 40 € per person for a full meal. Yes it’s expensive considering the style of this restaurant.
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8 Rue de Ventadour – Paris 1st
Metro : Pyramides
Tel. : 01 42 60 63 65
Open from Monday to Saturday from 11:30am to 2:30pm and from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
Résumé : Recently opened in the Japanese district of Paris, Sara restaurant is a canteen specialized in Soba 蕎麦, the noodles made from buckwheat flour. Soba are pretty good but the menu is limited and prices are high. Approximately from 30 to 40 € per person.