Barcelona is famous for it’s tapas, paella and Catalan cuisine. However, the city also boasts a selection of excellent sushi restaurants – ranging from the Michelin starred Koy Shunka to the trendy Japanese-Brazilian fusion restaurant Ikibana.
Delicious sushi cut to order along with a great selection of wines and cocktails. Tataki-Urumaki is a favorite at this popular restaurant with locations in Gràcia and Poblenou. The menu of Kibuka Goya stands out for its freshly cut sushi and for its broad and original variety of makis.
Japanese-Brazilian fusion of scandalous sushi & cocktails. Ikibana has locations, in El Born, Paral·lel and Sarrià. A meeting of experiences, flavors and styles from the East and the West: the Ikibana concept is cosmopolitan, contemporary and unique.
Shunka is considered by many as not only the best Japanese restaurant in Barcelona, but in the whole of Spain!
Experts in sushi.
Fukamura is a small, cozy Japanese restaurant in Gràcia, serving traditional Japanese cuisine.
Sushi like in Japan, but in BCN! Fish lovers, Edomae and flavors of the sea.
Japanese cuisine with a Mediterranean twist.
Japanese cuisine with soul and a slight western accent.
Kitsune is inspired in the traditional model of the Japanese izakayas, popular bars in which the Japanese gather around the tables and share different dishes, drinks and conversations.
At Sensato there is only seating for 8 people at a time and the sushi is made right in front of you.
Tou Kichi Rou, Toyo and Edo restaurants offer sushi buffets.
Roots & Rolls and Veganashi offer delicious vegan sushi.
Koy Shunka, Majide and Dos Palillos.
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