Bored of all the chinese-fake sushi bars of Paris? If you are a raw fish lover this sushiya ("sushi shop" in Japanese) is a must. Making a reservation is strongly recommended, as this pocket-sized restaurant has only ten seats. Don't be in a hurry, one man does everything. Mr. Tashichi isn't perhaps the most welcoming of hosts at first sight -- maybe for his nutty French, Japanese and English -- but his cooking speaks for itself. Here, there's only super fresh fish cut in pieces as huge as your mouth that literally melt like butter. The choices are simple: the sushi plate (26 euros) with salmon, tuna, omelet, shrimp, salmon roe, mackerel, cone sushi and futomaki, or the sashimi plate, similar but with octopus. In spite of the weird wall decor with Japanese newspapers and baby photos, the reigning zen atmosphere will definitely inspire you to make an origami on site and add it to Mr. Taschichi's collection. Another reason to go? Unlimited green tea is offered upon arrival and you can also bring your personal bottle of Chardonnay. Indeed, an unwritten BYOB policy exists, very rare in Paris. Just as this place.