Blueberry

 

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Although the name BLUEBERY suggests Fats Domino in a satin suit hammering the ivories or breakfast at an IHOP, Blueberry is in fact a superb Japanese restaurant.
Tucked into a narrow, hidden street just a few blocks from Saint-Germain des Prés, Chef Luu has fused classic Japanese sushi with California maki.

 

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I was joined by my daughter who was writing a review for her site, Paris S'il Vous Plait and Thomas, the cool manager, started us off with house versions of the classic Venetian Spritz.

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We placed ourselves in Thomas' hands and were rewarded by an insecribably delicious Tataki of beef with marinated cilantro, oignons and piment d'espelette.

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This was just the beginning of a procession of tasty concoctions created by Chef Luu that left me planning a return visit and before we celebrated with a trio of desserts that would been at home on any French menu.

 

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Blueberry

6 rue Sabot • 6eme

01 42 22 21 56

Tuesday-Sunday

Lunch & Dinner

 

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