Japanese Ramen in Paris
To be honest, I didn’t know this Japanese restaurant before that day I was look around at the Louvre that I’m curious about why so many get line to wait for eat this ramen. Therefore, I’m wait in line to check it out.
After I told my friend who is living in Paris longer than me, I precisely know why so many people wait in line for eat this ramen, which he said this Japanese Ramen is really famous in Paris that the interior decoration and atmosphere etc, just like you are in Tokyo.
Once you come into the restaurant, you will hear the famous welcoming いらっしゃいませ (irassyaimase) yelled loud and clear by the entire team, as the traditional of Japanese restaurant. However, you can see the Japanese decoration, it’s like being in a little street in hisorical Tokyo, precisely is more like a seafood local market in Japan. As you can see every waiter wearing a apron and a pair of wellies, which is the style of shopkeeper will wear it that you can perfectly see it in seafood market.
Details of interior decoration.
Like what I said on the top, In here, you can see so many seafood, just kinda you went to a local seafood market. I’m not sure does those seafood you can buy, probably you can tell me next time. If you go to there and ask them. lol I guess that just a sample for decoration.
The store also carefully uses special floor materials for let you more like you’re in Japan! Although it looks wet, it is actually dry. It’s just for complement this whole decoration design.
A la carte: here, ramen is what you get: 4 recipes of this noodle chicken broth with top quality French meat. Purists generally prefer the soya classic with marinated pork, arugula, bamboo shoots and onion (12€) or the marinated chicken version.
I have to say this is an excellent bowl, but I would suggest starting with the shoyu ramen your first time. Kodawari is importing high quality soy sauce from Japan, and you might be surprised how good it is.”
It’s like being in a little street in the Japanese seafood market, on account of the lively atmosphere and narrow restaurant. The ramen, made on site and served in delicious Landes poultry broths, attract not only Japanophiles, but gourmets from every horizon, which why here is the brand new hot Japanese address of the moment offering probably the best Ramen in Paris.
A well-deserved success.
*Telephone : +33 9 84 30 99 26
*Address : 12 rue Richelieu 75001 Paris, France
*Hours : Monday – Thursday 12 p.m – 3 p.m / 6:30 p.m – 10:30 p.m
Friday 12 p.m – 3 p.m / 6.30 p.m – 11 p.m
Saturday 12 p.m – 4 p.m / 6:30 p.m – 11 p.m
Sunday 12 p.m – 4 p.m / 6:30 p.m – 10:30 p.m
*Metro: Pyramides / Palais Royal – Musée du Louvre