Reviews on Sushi food in Avignon, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France. Avignon charms visitors with its ancient streets, restored medieval ramparts and the immense Gothic architecture of the Palais des Papes (Palace of Popes—the papacy was based here in the 14th century). The annual Festival d'Avignon, a major arts festival, attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors for theater, dance, film and street performances.
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4 based on 360 reviews
Beautiful restaurant, excellent service, honest food. This a must after u had enough cheese and local delicacies. Itâs a small restaurant and reservation is a must. Itâs child friendly. The menus are rich and can be tweaked to suit ur tastes. I came here for lunch with my husband and 2 sons. They had sushi and Mizo soup I had the mixed grill with vegetable soup and green tea for 4, finished by ice cream and coffee. Not one complaint! Can not recommend it more!
4 based on 125 reviews
We went there because a fiend of us recommended it, and we were pleasantly surprised !! From the moment we went in the welcoming was really friendly , and they were really helpful! I could only say that it is the best sushi I've had in Avignon and the price is really correct , because the makis are well garnished, we are definitely coming back
4 based on 140 reviews
Le PÃ©chÃ© de la Gourmandise, proposes a new culinary concept: that of blending flavors. Specializing in the preparation of sushi, the sin of Gourmandise offers a selection of Japanese products ally perfectly with our French products
We visited this restaurant because it had good reviews. A local overheard us discussing this dinner option and also encouraged us to go. I had a sushi platter, and my boyfriend had a sashimi dish. Both were good, although the seaweed salad was even better! There was a higher ratio of rice in my sushi than I normally experience at home, so I was unable to finish the last couple of bites. The house cocktail is excellent, and the atmosphere is enjoyable. We had a very kind, helpful waitress who spoke great English and gave us fun information about France and Avignon. Also, it was wonderful that we were able to eat around 10:00, since everything else in the neighborhood was closing.
4 based on 497 reviews
Restaurant japonais Ã l'ambiance chic et Ã©purÃ©, oÃ¹ vous pourrez manger de dÃ©licieux plats autour d'une cuisine ouverte. Contactez-nous vite
Most sushi restaurants in Europe are cheap and quality is lower than average. This one has nothing to do with the best and expensive top sushi places in Tokyo or Kyoto but the sushis served at the sushi counter are nice for a quick business lunch.There is no traditional Japanese sushi chef but the fish is fresh though the choice is limited. Less than 60â¬ for 2 including warm sakÃ© and coffee.
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