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Freshly made ramen and gyoza

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Higuma is one the oldest and most authentic Japanese canteens on Rue Sainte-Anne, sometimes referred to as Paris' Japan Town. Freshly made Ramen and Gyoza are the specialties here, just like in the busy streets of Tokyo. 

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About this place

32 Bis Rue Sainte-Anne, 75001 Paris
Line 7/14 - Pyramides

Wednesday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm
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Monday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Tuesday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Wednesday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Thursday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Friday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Saturday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm Sunday : 11:30 am - 22:30 pm

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If you are travelling in Paris on a shoestring and you are craving for a nice tasty Japanese soup, look no further as Higuma has the best bargain when it comes to value for money. Open since 1983, this old and authentic restaurant is located in the heart of Rue Saint-Anne, an area where many Japanese restaurants have opened and therefore sometimes referred to as Japan Town.


For an average price of 7,5€, you will get a delicious large bowl of Japanese noodles (Ramen) in a soup with your choice of additional ingredients (seaweed, calamari, cauliflower, soja, bamboo…). All soups usually come with pork meat. Try the Miso Lamen where the homemade Miso softens the salty taste of the soup.

Parisianist Fun Fact: “Lamen” is what you will see instead of Ramen, because the pronunciation of Ramen in Japanese sounds like “Lamen”.


If you are in an adventurous mood, the manager Ali recommends trying the Kimchi (tradition Korean spicy cabbage). Even the Koreans themselves find it delicious, as Higuma brought their own Japanese touch to the Korean recipe. You can also try the freshly made gyoza, the traditional Japanese fried dumplings. They’re 100% fresh and this is no joke, as we have seen the woman in the downstairs kitchen rolling them during the day.


Higuma is a canteen you can experience in 3 different ways:

-          Individually at the bar, where all the action takes place in front of your eyes, from the frying pans to the steaming and cooking pots.

-          As a couple (or when in need of inspiration) in the quiet “middle” room.

-          With some friends in the room all the way in the back if you are craving for an Asian canteen atmosphere. Because it’s really busy, you might want to get the waiters attention quickly before he goes off to another table.


Although the kitchen and the canteen style room in the back are definitely worth a visit, it’s the “middle room” that deserves a bit more attention, as the Higuma Wall of Fame is quite impressive! Frames with signatures of local and international stars hang on the wall, putting in a good word on Higuma. We spotted Kelly Slater’s message. Can you? The manga (Japanese comic book) library in the “middle room” is also a must see.


At its opening, only the Japanese expatriates in the know came to this restaurant. Because of a great word of mouth, the French gradually came to discover Higuma’s Ramen noodle soup. Nowadays, during the week, you will find a nice mix of Japanese, Korean and Chinese visitors as well as local French Parisians that work or live in the neighborhood. On the weekends, the business men that usually come for lunch trade off their suits for a casual attire with their family or friends. 


People that go to Higuma come again… and again. Higuma has welcomed kids in the 1980’s that now come with their spouses and kids of their own. That comes as no surprise. Higuma is a Ramen canteen with a soul. They recently opened a second branch near the Opera Garnier (27 Boulevard des Italiens), but Higuma’s little sister still has to live up to its father’s prestige.

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