The go to places of the trendy Parisian bourgeois boheme

Nanashi: Bohemian Rhapsody

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Bohemians all over Paris are certainly enthusiastic about Nanashi, the organic Japanese inspired canteens multiplying all over the capital. The Northern Marais branch perfectly embodies its ethos – simple and cheerful, both in terms of décor and food. A long, narrow hall flanked by white walls on one side and floor to ceiling windows on the other are brought to life by colourful wooden furniture, blackboards and hoards of fashionable fresh food seeking bobos.  The menu reflects the chef’s Japanese heritage and stint at Rose Bakery, you can choose the bento and chirashi options or opt for a salad, brioche pizza or cheesecake with a twist.  Prices are reasonable, no Freddy Mercury meltdowns here, 20 euros for a meal with an organic fruit juice thrown into the mix. Goodbye, everybody, I’ve got to go. To Nanashi that is.

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Nanashi (the original), 31 rue du Paradis, 75010

01 40 22 05 55

Nanashi (the 2nd), 57 rue Charlot, 75003

01 44 61 45 49

Nanashi (Bonpoint boutique), 6 rue de Tournon, 75006

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