It's funny that I started this thread after having discovered the subject in a book about the "curiosities of Paris" (I am not always as spontaneously imaginative as some people think I am.). However, I really must say that since discovering the subject, I think that I have done better than the precious few addresses that were provided in the book.
Today, on avenue MacMahon alone, I saw all of this.
I totally agree with htmb !!!! But then... I like getting your views and insights here otherwise the interesting places you show us would/could/might be overrun by tourists in the near future, bestselling book and all you know?!?!
Isn't it enough I am taking extensive notes? ha ha ha
Thanks for another thin slice of Paris Kerouac. In the thin building on the corner at 14 rue de Pontoise is INAGIKU. This Japanese restaurant specialises in Teppan-Yaki . Although expensive in our language it is a treat I would have when in Paris as I love teppan-yaki....and most Japanese food. Of course it goes without saying - if you know a cheaper place...Let's have it!