This restaurant stands out above the rest of Japanese restaurants in the capital for its dishes, created with a personal and original touch by the owner, Ricardo Sanz, who is regarded as the best when it comes to Japanese cuisine. This Spaniard took his first steps as a sushi-man at restaurant Tokio Taro, later at No-Do, and eventually decided to open his own place in Madrid. The kitchen of this restaurant is now helmed by his pupil Esteban Murata.
Kabuki serves some of the best, some would say the absolute best, exotic fish in the capital, including butterfish with truffle pâté, mushroom oil and scallions or with herring caviar and yellow turnip or Toro sashimi. Of course they also serve traditional sushi, and have their own particular version of calamari baguette, prepared with a wafer-thin slice of squid, breadcrumbs and pieces of batter that blend together in your mouth, giving you the sensation that you're really eating a baguette.
Based close to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, they also do home deliveries and prepare dishes right in front of customers. The space is small and minimalist and has a garden outside that can be enjoyed in the summer.