5 Décembre 2016
Located in the heart of Paris’s Little Japan, Michi is a tiny, canteen-like hole in the wall, indicated only by a fish and the word sushi on the facade. It was recommended by a Japanese friend, for some of the best, authentic, and least expensive, sushi and sashimi along rue Sainte-Anne. If you’re lucky, bag one of the half-a-dozen places along the counter where you can watch the chef at work, otherwise you’ll be squashed into the tiny cellar. There are good-value formules, but go à la carte if you want rarer offerings such as sea urchin and eel.
Address: 58 bis rue Sainte-Anne, 75002 Contact: 0033 1 40 20 49 93 Getting there: Metro Pyramides Opening times: Tue-Sun, midday-2pm, 7.30pm-10.30pm Price: set-price menus from €14 for lunch, €23 for dinner Payment type: credit cards accepted Cuisine: Japanese, Seafood Reservations: recommended