Chef Sho Miyashita and Jérémy Mégaly bring you the very best Izakaya on the Parisian cuisine scene! An izakaya is an informal afterwork Japanese bar that serves drinks and sharing snacks and Haikara Restaurant is nothing but authentic.
Rustic wooden counters, aged leather seating and a kitchen bursting at the seams this hole in the wall will make you feel like you are in the heart of Japan the moment you enter.
Once you settle with a cool Kirin Itchiban beer and choose from the extensive tapas style menu you won’t want to leave. The small shared plates include options like gyoza, karaage, sashimi, traditional omelette and hotplates of beef, pork or mackerel. A true treat for the senses. If you have space then the dessert selection (whilst small) is worth trying, especially the black sesame ganache with red fruit coulis.
Dining at Haikara is without reservation and fills up fast.
- Lunch served from 12pm – 3pm from Tuesday to Friday.
- Dinner served from 7pm – 22.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday.
Izakaya translates to ‘’stay-drink-place’’ and that is exactly what you will do here! Enjoy!
Haikara 82 rue de la Folie-Mericourt, 75011 Paris