Discover Restaurants offering the best Sushi food in Palaiseau, France including Ayako sushi villebon 2, Osaka Village, YUKI, Osaka-Orsay
4 based on 115 reviews
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Japanese food is one of my favorite. This restaurant is very good, extremely fresh. Service is quick and nice. Prices are more than reasonable. The place is quite sober with decorations. At lunch it's very busy but so is for dinner. The nice thing about them is that they are open late. So you can go to the cinema and have dinner after with no problem. Just a note for those who don't know, this restaurant is not in Paris, from where my comment about being open late.
4 based on 125 reviews
Expensive, bad parking, Chinese twist on Japanese food.
4 based on 127 reviews
A missing piece in the Massy Palaiseau train station area on the "other side" of the Passarelle. Used to be the only choice was Au Living. Not a bad place, but a neighbourhood can always use some variety. So. Space has been laid out super economically, almost cramped like. I was put in the middle at a single table. Didn't like that, and I said so, so I was diverted to the long table-and-bench setup in the rear. Front side has cozy 4-seat tables, but I was alone, so I didn't get one. I had one of many sushi combo's, served with salad and soup. The soup was actually a little spiced and went down ok, tasty cabbage salad with sesame oil. Not too bad either. But still, no surprises. The sushi combo was a mix of (california and regular) maki and nigiri. Nori were a bit chewy. Accompanying sauces included Kikkoman Teriyaki sauce, which I found interesting. Cafe gourmand was excellent. Service was quick and efficient. I got a set of chop sticks (nice lookers, black with gold stencilling) as a parting gift. Reasonably priced and properly sized servings. I'll be back!
4 based on 163 reviews
The menu is very standard Japanese, but just exceptionally well made. Everything was good, the sushi, the miso soup, the rice, the grill dishes, but my special recommendation goes to the sashimi. Here it is all about the ingredients, the freshness of the fish. The must have a tuna and salmon fishery in their backgarden, otherwise I cannot explain the quality.
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