Kozo fait partie des belles découvertes du quartier Saint-Georges. La façade, plutôt discrète, cache une petite salle sobre mais chaleureuse avec une dominante de bois clair et avec vue sur la cuisine ouverte. Tout est misé sur le contenu des assiettes pour le plus grand plaisir des fins palais. Derrière la verrière, le chef japonais Kozo Makita (formé entre autres auprès de Georges Blanc puis de Michel Rostang) mijote une cuisine gastronomique française délicate avec précision : poireaux vinaigrette, œuf mimosa et pamplemousse, maquereau mariné au pain d’épices ou encore Sabayon d’agrumes et sorbet framboise.
Half of the dishes were very good. The meat entree was seared on the outside , but raw throughout and we don’t eat raw beef. We were not asked how we like our beef cooked beforehand. The wine selection was expensive and the glass of Pinot she recommended with the beef entree was very thin and tasteless. My wife pointed out that a young Asian woman got a better pour of a glass of expensive champagne, the response was no, she didn’t, yet it was clear she had. This is extremely poor customer service. We love creative food, but expect the complete package including great customer service, so we wouldn’t recommend.
An amazing and wonderful surprise at the end of our European trip. Kozo's food was beautiful, excellent in its taste and each course was perfect. We highly recommend for a great combination of Japanese detail with French cooking accents.
Very delicious.espicialy pork steak and dessert❤️
Exquisite experience. Right away became my favourite restaurant in Paris. I was very positively surprised by the balance of taste and texture — you can really tell the skill of the chef.
Wonderful french food with Japanese touch. The cold beetroot-rasperry soup with goat cheese and dorade is pure genious.
very good restaurant
My mother and I came here for our last day in Paris before we go back to NYC. The food was probably the best food I have ever had. We have spent all week at many french restaurants and this was truly above the rest. We had duck and ratatouille at other places, but Chef Kozo cooked both of these and more dishes so perfectly and with inspired flavor combinations. The service was extremely friendly; striking up conversation between plates and made the night really special. At the end of the night the Chef came out to greet us which was very nice. I cannot wait to see what this chef comes up with next whenever I try to come back to Paris!
Some of the best food you’ll ever find for this price point. On par with the quality found at many Michelin-starred restaurants, Would certainly come back next time I come to Paris.
Small, quiet restaurant you would easily skip walking in the street. Great service, great attention to detail, and excellent food, both in terms of quality of ingredients and originality. The chef listened to our food recommendations and prepared a delicious meal. Would definitely return to see what the chef has in store for us.
The dinner was perfect. I highly recommend this place.
The perfect meal. A masterclass!
I stopped by KOZO during my trip to Paris from Tokyo. We had a wonderful dinner with French cuisine recipe combined with elements of refined Japanese food. I would like to visit KOZO again if I have a chance to come to Paris.
The food and service were so good. We had to leave early from the meal due to show tickets at 9pm. We felt extremely bad for not being able to finish the entire dinner as it was excellent and the chef put so much time and effort into everything. Please give our apologies again! We will return when we are in Paris again!
Marvellous! Beautiful presentation and delish carefully prepared and perfectly cooked food!
The best non-Michelin star I had the chance to try. The mastery of the chef, his creativity although using simple ingredient always amaze me. The fusion between French and Japanese cuisine was already one of the best in the world, but Kozo takes it another level. This is such a rare gustative experience for a less than €50 menu!
Un grand chef. Une cuisine tres rafinee. Il faut en profiter du menu surprise ou degustation. Rapport qualite prix excellent.
really excellent food, staff really pleasant ....I would recommend to anyone
Déjeuner : de 12h à 14h (sauf lundi,mardi,samedi et dimanche)
Diner : de 19h30 à 22h (sauf dimanche et lundi)
48 Rue Saint-Georges, 75009, Paris, France
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