Always listed amongst the best japanese restaurants in Paris, Ito was founded by two Japan fans, Rafael Wallon and Vincent John Soimaud. Right in the heart of Pigalle, it is the perfect place to have a rock’n’roll dinner before a long Saturday night in the neighbourhood. Start with the Yuzu sour as an apéro and let the boys guide you with the sake, they will be delighted to do so. Don’t miss the veal tataki and the aubergine denkaku. The little brother restaurant Ito Chan is open for lunch, and serves great Ramen. At night you can enjoy Gua Bao, spicy little finger sandwiches that come in twos.
Ito, 4 rue Pierre Fontaine, 75009.
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