After trying many of them, I think this one is the best Japanese restaurant in Madrid, at least the most authentic one (I guess other ones like Kabuki are slightly better but not as authentic).
It is located in a narrow street
I went to this restaurant because ofthe great recommendations I read on minube, among other reason. I was not disappointed at all, everything was very tasty. According to what I understood, it is one of the oldest Japanese restaurants
Madrid is currently in the throes of an Asian food craze and ditching its traditionally dingy Chinese take away joints and over-priced sushi restaurants for izakaya-style Japanese bar eats, ramen, bao buns, and banh mi. Ground zero of