After seeing “Sweet Bean” by Naomi Kawase, many people fell the irresistible urge to go for dorayaki. We must say the movie speaks about the making of this cult Japanese pastry with much love and delight.
If you haven’t heard about dorayaki, let us explain. Dorayaki are Japanese pastries made of two small Japanese pancakes joined by kidney bean paste also called anko in Japan.
If this unique description whets your appetite, then we can give you THE place to be to travel to Japan. The Tomo patisserie is indeed specialized in dorayaki. Running Tomo, two chefs, Romain Gaia and Takanori Murata for a very exciting French-Japanese fusion.
At Tomo, dorayaki are made in front of you. You can enjoy them lukewarm and it’s so deliciously light. On the menu, classic dorayaki with salt flower; as well as other flavors such as matcha, ricotta-yuzu, lemon… There’s something from everyone!
For the biggest foodies, you can enjoy dorayaki inspired by French pastries such as the Paris-Brest dorayaki and the Rum Baba dorayaki. We can enjoy the whole with some quality tea, seated in the store that also doubles us as a teahouse and it’s such a ball.
Dates and Opening Time
From 23 August 2018 to 30 December 2018
11 Rue Chabanais
75002 Paris 2
Dorayaki: €4 - €6