It’s a simple formula: Asian cuisine based on the best products, made with wisdom and daring and the fusion of flavours and cultures, and original, fun and attractive decoration.
All of this comes at moderate and very reasonable prices. The hints of Spanish cuisine that can be found on the menu are surprising, as is the decoration, which was designed by Aurora Gámez. Here the star is not just the food, but also the over 50 kinds of cocktails they sell, of which sake is the star ingredient. From the most recommended, try Sushiwakka Royal (with champagne and sake), One Night in Tokyo (with a sake, Japanese beer and ginger ale base) or Japanese Pear (with sake, pear purée, lemon and cinnamon). As for the bar, here we have the classical belt surrounded by stools for those who want to quickly grab diverse snacks made from raw fish with or without rice. At the tables, you order from the menu, and there is a Japanese set-menu divided, like in so many other Japanese places, into classical sushi and sashimi and some hot dishes. Amongst our recommendations, we would mention toro or maguro sashimi, Vietnamese nem rolls; raw tuna fingers with lime and yellow pepper or garlic king-prawn sushi; crispy duck with mango coulis to name a few.