The Best Japanese Restaurants in Madrid
Discover the best places to eat sushi, ramen, tempura, and other Japanese food in Madrid.
Looking for a Japanese meal while in Madrid? We've got you covered with this list of places approved by the local World of Mouth experts, including food journalists Lydia Itoi and Paula Móvil, to help you find the best Japanese restaurants in Madrid. From fine dining sushi at Ebisu by Kobos to the izakaya-style eatery Taberna Riscal, these restaurants are our top Japanese picks in Madrid.
Ebisu by Kobos is a sushi restaurant where you can experience the trust relationship between the chef and the diner, known as Omakase. The restaurant is founded by Chef Kobos Cortés, who brings his experience from Japan, where he worked at an Edo-style sushi bar. The restaurant's philosophy is rooted in technique, product, and seasonality, combining Japanese tradition with local seafood to elevate sushi to its highest expression of purity.
This restaurant, Kabuki, offers a unique blend of Japanese and Mediterranean cuisines. Known for its original "Spushi", or Spanish sushi, it presents seafood with a distinct Iberian touch, including fried quail's eggs and juicy Denia prawn head nigiri. The cheesecake mochi is a recommended dessert to end your meal.
Nanako is a unique Japanese restaurant that creatively infuses Latin flavors into its dishes, thanks to its Brazilian owner. The omakase menu, particularly the charred salmon nigiri with burnt onion and the Brazilian style beef robata with farofa, are highly recommended. The ambiance is lively, with seating options near the counter for guests who enjoy watching the culinary action, or at the tall tables in the front part of the restaurant.
Focused on offering the freshest seasonal seafood and incorporating fresh herbs and vegetables imported from Japan, Sushi Bar Hannah 鮨花 provides an authentic Japanese culinary experience. The restaurant is known for its individual nigiri servings, tempura dishes, and traditional Japanese grilling techniques. Their menu features a Kaiseki option with carefully balanced dishes, a personalized Sushi Omakase selection, and an a la carte choice, catering to diverse preferences.
This is a unique Japanese tavern that marries the flavors of Madrid with traditional Japanese cuisine, offering a cozy and modern atmosphere. Their menu extends beyond typical izakaya offerings, featuring dishes like katsu sando, calamari sandwich, juicy croquettes and gyozas, and fun baos. You'll also find a selection of Japanese beer and great sake, complementing the small tapas that are their norm.
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