At Kibo No Ki, the owners wanted to have a restaurant where not only came to eat but have a fun time. They got the idea of providing a dress-up session with many kimonos and the possibility to take pictures with different backgrounds. So, at the end of your meal, you can try on a kimono and props put at your disposal so you can have a fun photoshoot.
At the Kibo No Ki restaurant, different food areas are available. Outside, a gorgeous terrace expects you on sunny days. Or you can eat at the counter, by the cherry blossom, or on the first floor with views, or in the basement with the multiple Japanese decorations.
The first floor
Let us now move on to the menu. At Kibo No Ki, ramen and pokebowls are the stars. To serve tasty ramen, the chef got trained at the RAJUKU school of ramen with renown teacher Koitani Takeishi. Here, everything is homemade, from the broth to the fresh noodles to perfect the tasting.
Kibo No Ki menu:
Note the place also serves special broths adapted to people on a halal diet. So, in addition to the vegetarian version, the Paitan Shio Ramen and the Paitan Shoyo are based on halal chicken. An alcohol-free karaage chicken version will be served soon.
Looking for something fresh? Kibo No Ki serves a great range of revisited pokebowls. Of course, you can have gyozas, takoyakis and more classic dishes for a start. At lunchtime, different set menus are available.
The restaurant – more like a canteen at lunch – turns into a restaurant with seated meal at night. We love the freshness of products; the noodles and broths are perfect and the pokebowls very indulging. It has it all for a good treat! Are you picky? Note you can make your very own ramen or poke: base, proteins, veggies, toppings and sauces, it is up to you.
Go for the original cheese takoyakis.
Once you have eaten, it is time to play dress-up! And you can try a kimono on helped by one of the hostesses, but then, you will have to take it all off by yourself once you are done shooting.
There are kimonos for men and women, and many accessories. Note the concept is very coveted for birthday parties so you can get a great Japanese manga-inspired group photo.
Run under the torii (the Japanese arch), in front of the umbrellas, lamps or in front of the cherry blossom, it is up to you.
In other words, to have a great meal and a fun time, here is a restaurant that has it all.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 6 May 2022
Kibo No Ki restaurant
14 Rue Vignon
75009 Paris 9
09 54 26 16 35
Du lundi au dimanche 11h45 à 22h