paris: saji gohan pop-up restaurant

after last month's culinary stint at colette's popular waterbar, saji gohan relocates a few blocks away and morphs into a pop-up restaurant, and just in time for the next round of fashion week hoopla. opening today, and for the next ten days only, it's an initiative by miho – a japanese fashion photographer and food expert based in tokyo and paris – and serves a range of authentic japanese bites. abiding by the creed you are what you eat, the menu lists dishes that aren't just tasty. they're light, nutritious, and obviously packed with quality ingredients only. mind you, more than ten years ago miho set up a glossy food magazine in her native japan which elaborates on the multi-faceted world of food and the art of cooking, showing off her own cooking style and talking to chefs and other creatives. needless to say, saji gohan aims to tickle all of your senses. well, alsmost all. fancy a bite? then click here to make a reservation. location: 16 rue marie stuart [étienne marcel].

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