By
Teresa Rodríguez

Two Asian entrepreneurs based in Spain since childhood are responsible for Oribu, a restaurant that fuses Asian food with Mediterranean flavours. With this idea in mind, they named the restaurant Oribu, which means ‘olive’ in Japanese.

Chef Oscar Horcajo, disciple of Chicote, offers delicious recipes that fuse Far East flavours with local classic recipes

The restaurant has different spaces, vintage furniture, beautiful lamps and a casual yet elegant style. It boasts a private dining room with a fireplace and Chester sofas, perfect for a special evening with friends.

Chef Oscar Horcajo, disciple of Chicote, offers delicious recipes that fuse Far East flavours with local classic recipes. The result is surprising: oxtail dim-sum oxtail, tempura French fries, range chicken meatballs with coconut stew or Iberian cheek with red curry. The menu also features original recipes such as grilled teriyaki salmon nigiri, Bilbao-Tokyo bluefin or tempura prawns futomaki with curry mayonnaise and lime.

The average price in Oribu is €25 per person. They also serve a lunch menu for 12€.

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