Staff were Chinese and Korean people. All Costumer were Very noisy Chinese people.. It was terrible.. I think, It was Not Japanese restaurant. Like a Chinese restaurant...
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Japanese restaurant, next to the Louvre museum. The food is ok, great portion, genuine Japanese and good budget value. The service is ok.
We ordered two rice bowls and had leftovers to take home. The service was quick and efficient. This is not the place to go for atmosphere or to experience PARIS, but very good if you are hungry and don't want to spend a lot of...More
Ramen probably originates in China but the Japanese made it a completely different food. This place tries to imitate Japanese Ramen but the end product tastes neither Japanese nor Chinese. If it is half acceptable, I usually eat everything, but this was so bad, that...More
Stopped in because we didn't want to walk too far from our hotel. Staff is average and knows a little English and they have an English menu. Food is very generous and hearty. Good place to come if you want fill up. The miso soup...More
Rainy evening looking for warmth. Small menu yet freshly cooked. The fried noodles with vege we're fantastic. Huge portion no need for soya as it was spiced great. You can watch the cooks at work, all seeming very professional. No fancy tables just great food...More
Priced very reasonable, this eatery attracts many visitors. The portion is generous, the service is fast, the taste was alright, nothing to rave about. I ordered the Char Xiu pork noodle. The pork is very tough, not tender. But, the miso soup noodle tasted OK....More
After doing some sight-seeing we were pretty hungry and stumbled upon this place. We didn't have Ramen in a while, so we gave it a chance. We went for two bowls of Miso Ramen, 7.50 Euro each and a couple of beers. Service was fine...More