We are in the midst of an Asian food craze and chances are you have visited many Asian restaurants. But, as it happens with almost anything, there are examples worthy of our closest attention. At Duck & Sushi time seems to stop and let the harmony, spirituality and tradition of a millenary culture share secrets and a […]Read more
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Last June, coinciding with its 10th anniversary, Grupo Nomo announced the opening of a new restaurant in Sarrià, the third one in Barcelona. As loyal followers of this family of young entrepreneurs, who, since 2007, have been delighting lovers of Japanese cuisine we received the news with enthusiasm and curiosity. It seems that executive chef […]Read more
Sushi is a part of our lives as much as the this summer’s heat and the Game of Thrones’ seasons we watch at the wee hours of the night. What in the past was synonym with cosmopolitism, today it is so ingrained in our culture that we can easily go from having bravas to having temaki. […]Read more
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 […]Read more
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, […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Until recently, the term Yubary referred only to a small town located on the island of Hokkaido, in Japan. Today it is also a restaurant that reproduces the trees, the mountains, the textures, the seabed and, of course, the cuisine of this town, where the Yubari King comes from, the world’s most expensive melon. With this presentation, […]Read more