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53 Passage des Panoramas, Paris 75002, France
Price
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Japanese chef Shinichi Sato’s Asian-inspired contemporary French cuisine has been persistently difficult to taste since being awarded a second Michelin star in April 2011. Located in Paris’ oldest covered passageway just off Boulevard Montmartre, the tiny restaurant boasts low ceilings and ornate floor tiles, but the emphasis is clearly on the plate. Sato carefully and creatively executes the ever-evolving market-driven menus, of which diners have a choice between a degustation and a lighter menu, déjeuner. The veal tartare, which the chef serves with Guillardeau oysters, has become a diner favorite.

Restaurant
Passage 53

Japanese chef Shinichi Sato’s Asian-inspired contemporary French cuisine has been persistently difficult to taste since being awarded a second Michelin star in April 2011. Located in Paris’ oldest covered passageway just off Boulevard Montmartre, the tiny restaurant boasts low ceilings and ornate floor tiles, but the emphasis is clearly on the plate. Sato carefully and creatively executes the ever-evolving market-driven menus, of which diners have a choice between a degustation and a lighter menu, déjeuner. The veal tartare, which the chef serves with Guillardeau oysters, has become a diner favorite.