Paris is full of options for sushi. Unfortunately the vast, vast majority of them are pretty bad. Most have the same menu, with the same mediocre sushi, frozen gyoza, and flavourless tempura. Throw a rock and you'll hit one of these restaurants in Paris.
Sanki manages to be a cut above, ever so slightly. The addition of simple grilled fish to the menu (I recommend the mackerel), along with some extra care with their appetizer salads, make it a more attractive option than most. It also has attentive staff (who happen to be Japanese, for what it's worth) and a cozy authentic interior.
Unfortunately it's just a bit too pricey. The lunchtime sushi combo (8 pieces sushi, salad, soup or desert) is 19.50, which is at least 5 euro more than you'd find in a lower quality restaurant. Whether you want to spend that extra 5 euro is up to you.
Four stars for the food, three for the price!
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