Nodaiwa Paris 1er
272, rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris 1er
Price : from 30€ to 60€
- Nikogori (Eel in Jelly)9€
- Miso Soup6€
- Spinach in Sauce Sesame 7€
- Zosui (Rice Soup)15€
- Eel Sushi (8 pieces)20€
- Oyako (Spicy Chicken)20€
- Glace matcha (Green Tea)11€
- Caramel Cream in Black Sesame9€
- Wagashi (Rice Cake)8€
This menu above is provided for information purposes only. The restaurant can modify it according to the season and the creativity of the chef.
Why go there?
To discover, at the edge of Tuileries Garden, the Parisian annex of Tokyo's restaurant Nodaiwa, created in the XIXth century.
To taste Nodaiwa's speciality : the unagi, grilled ell, almost caramelized, that one sprinkled with Sichuan pepper, according to the Japanese tradition.
For the menus served in lovely china bowls or amazing gloss boxes from Japan.
For Nodaiwa's talented chefs directly coming from Tokyo, who get live ells, which then are put on brochettes, braised and steamed.
To experience the curative virtues of this fish, renowned to lower the cholesterol level.
For the cosy and fine setting of Nodaiwa, with light wood, banquettes running along the dining-room, gloss frameworks and authentic ikebanas, Japanese flower arrangements.
Un curieux qui croyait tout connaître de la gastronomie japonaise.
Only Japan lovers : Japanese living in Paris, French who have lived in Japan, and employees of Japanese companies in Paris.
Fuji menu (30€) served in a bowl with 200 g of grilled ell with sauce, iced vegetables and grated white radish ; Asunaro menu (49€), served in a gloss box with 280 g of grilled ell, an ell flan with black sesame, a seaweed salad and a miso shiro soup.
Bourgogne Macon cruzille (45€), otherwise stay in Japan with a small bottle of hot aromatic Denshu (19€).
N°8 and 9, settled along the banquettes, at the back of the dining-room.
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Further informationOne of the guests must order for at least the same amount as the free menu.
These are some examples that will explain to you the terms of the offer.
When your free meal is "starter/Main course", it means that minimum 2 persons must order 1 starter and 1 main course each.
The restaurant will discount the cheapest starter and the cheapest main course.
When your free meal is a "menu", one person must order the corresponding menu, and another one must order the same menu or another menu with an equal or superior price.)
When your free meal is "starter/Main course or Main course/Dessert", it's important that minimum 2 persons respect the same composition of dishes.
It means that if one person chooses "starter/main course" and the other one chooses "Main course/Dessert", the offer won't be applied.