Two wellknown japanese cafeteria, close to the Louvre and the Palais Royal. Gyoza and Lamen served all day long. The one Rue St Anne is more traditionnal, chiefs are cooking in front of you. Often packed, in case there is a long waiting line, go to the one Rue St Honoré, you will eat the same!
Address
Higuma, 32 Bis Rue Saint-Anne, 75001, Paris, France
Current city: Paris
Candice Milon is a french photographer. She is graduated from the Beaux-Arts of Marseille. In 2006, she moved in Paris to study studio photography at the Gobelins. She is represented by Figure. Profile image by Julia Champeau.
 

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