Near the RER B station Les Baconnets, il y a Tokyo sushi, which has all you can eat lunch buffets for 10 E on working days. It sounds like a really good deal, but the quality is not particularly great. To make you fuller, nigiri sushi looks almost like an onigiri ball (too much rice) and the taste is no miracle. The sushi is served with wasabi, but no ginger. Also, I'm not against experiments, but cheese sushi in the menu made my stomach turn a somersault. The way it works is different from the usual conveyor belt all you can eat sushi in my country - here, you receive forms with names of all the food that's available, and you can order food in 5 rounds, and it's always 5 choices per person per round. Plus there's a fried buffet where you can get food unlimitedly and actually, the fried food was much better than the sushi.
Anyways, as for what I wore:
Dress: eBay, Hong Kong
Blouse: eBay, second hand, ? brand
Belt: Colosseum, Germany
Jacket: Tally Weijl
And the food:
And a funny van I saw one day near CIUP: