Located in the heart of the 8th arrondissement of Paris, L'Abysse at Pavillon Ledoyen is a Japanese restaurant with 2 Michelin stars. This table brings together all the ingredients for a great success: a high-level sushi master, ultra-fresh products, and Yannick Alléno's creative signature.
The restaurant's sleek room cultivates the aesthetics and minimalism of Japan, only enlivened by contemporary artworks like Tadashi Kawamata and William Coggin. Guests can sit at the blond wood counter for a Japanese experience or at the tables.
In the plates, the sushi is by far the best in Paris, just like the small dishes on the omakase menu. Belon oyster and syari cream, sake jelly, and vanilla lobster with sesame nage are all culinary marvels. Even if desserts are not the strong point of Japanese cuisine, they are worth a visit here with exceptional pastries.
The impeccable service is worthy of this great gastronomic table. On the wine side, French beverages are in the spotlight, not forgetting a fine selection of sakes.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday with prices ranging from 98 to 280 EUR.
About Florence Consul
Editor of Experiences Luxe since 2015, I love discovering new exclusive and authentic experiences all over the world. I left my home country (France) 6 years ago to become a global citizen, traveling 365 days out of the year. I am a foodie person and I make a point of tasting local specialities.