Taeko, Grilled Eel, Beef Sukiyaki, Taste Japan in Marche des Enfants Rouges, Paris

The sweet irreverence of So Food So Good (a French food blog) brought Taeko, a Japanese kitchen set in heart of Marche des Enfants Rouges, Paris to my attention.

Or was it the unpretentious blackboard with the specials, real specials not a half baked version.

I read eel with a touch of sugar. beef sukiyaki, grilled mackerel.


English language site The Puff List in Chez Taeko, Third Arrondissement (July 2009) seems to agree.

Tokyo, Paris with food on the brain for Tokyo Thursdays #165

Previously: Japan, Flavors of Culture, 13th Worlds Of Flavor Conference, CIA

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