Results for "japanese"


/ Hotspots / Madrid / Castellana-Nuevos Ministerios

Izariya, japanese kaiseki cuisine

Not always does public recognition come with a Michelin star. Surely you’ve wondered sometimes why certain restaurants don’t have such a distinctive award or are about to get one. The stars are the icing on a cake that in many cases serves to round out the profile of a restaurant for new customers. The same […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

From a fancy sushi take away to fancier table lunch

It is likely that by now you’ve already dropped by Vía Augusta 65 looking for its so-much-talked-about take-away sushi. What you may haven’t done yet is visit Sushifresh, a new restaurant in the secluded calle Europa, and if you are a fish freak, you should do go as soon as possible. In this elegant, unpretentious restaurant, […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Boho Bar, mediterranean essence

When it comes to choosing a restaurant, sometimes we reject those serving our favorite food because design seems to be more important than the menu and their owners too worried about creating nice Instagram pictures and collection tons of hashtags. That’s not the spirit! Eclectic space where you find it, Boho Bar is adapted for […]

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/ Foodie

Pakta, nikkei cooking with Ferran Adrià label

Nikkei food lovers, you have a reason to celebrate. The Adriá and the Iglesias brothers recently opened Pakta to serve the best combinations of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines.  Pakta means ‘union’ in Quechua, the language of Peruvian indigenous peoples. Japanese chef Kioko Li and Jorge Muñoz, in charge of the Peruvian side of the kitchen, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Raval

Carlota Akaneya

A few years ago, Ignasi and Felipe traveled to Japan—their shared passion—to discover the fascinating Sumiyaki Kyoto restaurant. The name describes “is a type of homemade barbecue charcoal grill called shichirin”. Back then they couldn’t even imagine a few years later, they would open a restaurant in Barcelona inspired by that adventure and that it […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Lavapiés

Yankenpon Washoku: KONNICHI WA, LAVAPIÉS!

The story behind Yankenpon Washoku at the San Fernando market starts like a TV joke, or at least that’s what it sounds like when Gustavo helps Osamu explain this to me: “We are one Japanese, Osamu, with ‘u’; another Japanese, well, half Japanese half Argentinian because he was born in Japan but lived in Buenos Aires for […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

Los secretos de Toshiko

Fans of Japanese food open your eyes because we have one of the Empordà’s best kept secrets. Los Secretos de Toshiko is Japanese restaurant located in a15th century farmhouse surrounded by over two hundred acres populated with oaks, olive trees and aromatic herbs.

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