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Best Sushi in Madrid

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Written by Miguel

Sushi is growing more popular around the world every day – for some people, it’s almost an addiction. Whether you’re looking to try it for the first time or are already familiar with its exquisite pleasures, there are plenty of high-quality restaurants in Madrid, where you can eat amazing Sushi.

As always, ShMadrid has made it easier for you, by providing a guide with only the best of the best.

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Where to eat sushi in Madrid


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While it might be a bit expensive, a meal at Kabuki is worth every single cent on the bill. The first thing that will win you over is the space itself, with modern and elegant decoration that gives it a sophisticated atmosphere. Then you’ll open the menu and you’ll be amazed by the quantity and variety of choice.

Made with top quality fresh fish, every item on the list is flavourful and innovative, pushing the boundaries of traditional Japanese cuisine with inventive fusions that are sure to delight the taste buds of Sushi aficionados and beginners alike.

Address: Av. Presidente Carmona, 2 (in the neighborhood of Cuatro Caminos) and three other locations in Madrid.


DokiDoki is not exactly cheap either, but just like Kabuki, the high prices are justified by the quality of food and excellence of service. At this restaurant, sushi does not only taste great, it looks like great as well – like art on a plate, the creative and careful presentation of each item ordered really adds to the overall experience.

It’s unfair to recommend just one thing out of its varied and rich menu, but definitely try the incredible dragon rolls.

Address: Calle Villalar, 4. (in the neighborhood of Recoletos)

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99 Sushi

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With a carefully crafted menu, 99 Sushi offers the perfect balance between classic Japanese cuisine and more avant-garde, fusion-oriented dishes. Sushi is prepared at the bar in clear view and there’s enough variety to keep you coming back again and again.

In addition to the food, 99 Sushi has a surprisingly vast wine menu, which allows you choose the absolute perfect match for each dish. With a fantastic price-quality ratio and very friendly service, it’s undoubtedly another great choice for Sushi in the capital of Spain.

Address: There are four 99 Sushi restaurants in Madrid and they’re all equally awesome. Pick the one closest to you.

What is your favourite restaurant in Madrid if you are going out to eat sushi?

About the author


Miguel is a freelance writer and copywriter who believes that words can really take you places - so hop on his words and dare to discover the wonders of Madrid with him.

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