Japanese cuisine conquered North America in the 1980’s and 1990’s, and now it has added Spain to its list – so we just have to have a list of the best sushi restaurants near Sagrada Familia.
Musubiya: This rice-focused Japanese brunch café (their words, not mine) is the perfect pre-Sagrada snack with their onigiri set menus. Getting two onigri (prawn, salmon, and tuna are the most popular) with chicken kaarage and miso soup is great value, especially given this one of the few authentic Japanese restaurants in the city – and it’s just a 7-minute walk from the Sagrada Familia, at Carrer de Cartagena 221.
Ta Mi: is one of the historic Japanese restaurants in Barcelona. Over the years I’ve tried several sushi spots in Barcelona but for quality-price ratio Ta Mi remains one of the best. They do it “all you can eat” style here, with lunch costing €12.90 while dinner goes for € 17.90. It is located at Carrer de Napols 229 – about 8 minutes away on foot.
Kiwami: When I lived just across the street from Sagrada Familia this was my go-to weekend sushi spot because they always maintained a high degree of freshness. If you’re looking for creative rolls and aburi this option outdoes its ‘all you can eat’ counterparts. It is located at Passatge de Vilaret 54 – just 6 minutes away on foot.
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