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Vegetarian Sushi in Madrid

Written by Anthony Stephan

Originally from Japan, sushi is commonly appreciated because it is prepared with fresh and healthy ingredients and due to their taste and particular texture. The most traditional sushi is made with fish and vegetable. Some people don’t eat fish, which means they probably have passed on many sushi dinners. Fortunately, there is now sushi that is suited for those who do not eat animals. In this article, ShMadrid will tell you where you can get vegetarian sushi in Madrid.

Su & Si

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Open until late, Su & Si is a good place to eat some vegetarian sushi after a long day of work or a night of partying. It is located in Lavapiès, close to Atocha. The price is fair and the food is always fresh. Makis, nigiris, sashimis and tartars, all of your favorites can be found at Su & Si. Bentos start at €12 (drink included). We also recommend that you try the menus to taste a large variety of food. If you want a chill atmosphere and to be served by a nice staff, this vegetarian restaurant is a good one! They also deliver at home.

Where? Calle Argumosa, 30

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Yakitoro by Chicote

Created by the famous Spanish chef, Alberto Chicote, Yakitoro is inspired by Japanese taverns. Even if the specialties are Yakitori (chicken skewers), vegetarians can easily satisfy their appetite by picking one of the dishes from the earth or water menu. Casseroled cabbage, fresh shiitake, eggplant and fried anchovy tempuras are all delicious! Yakitoro has two venues in Madrid: one in Chueca and the other one in El Viso (south of the Chamartín district). Wherever you are in Madrid, you cannot miss it!

Where? Calle Reina, 41 and Paseo de la Castellana, 130

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Sushita Café

Sushita Café is a Japanese restaurant that offers sushi as well as other Japanese dishes such as miso soup, noodles… The sushi they serve is both excellent and affordable. Sushita Café has three different locations in Madrid – the most central downtown location is in the Chamberí district. The decoration of each one is fresh and elegant, much like the food presentation. Takeaway and gluten-free options are also available.

Where? Calle de Alberto Aguilera, 52

Chic Sushi

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Located close to the Gran Vía metro station, Chic Sushi is a very popular place for lunch. The day menu costs €10.95 and it includes two appetizers, one main dish, a dessert and a drink. Perfect for big vegan appetites who have a low budget! You can eat the traditional sushi and try some new versions such as black vegetal made with black rice. The place is big and colorful, with a nice atmosphere. They also offer takeway.

Where? Calle Caballero de Gracia, 12

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About the author

Anthony Stephan

French by birth, Quebecker by adoption and Spanish by heart, Anthony likes discovering new places and sharing his favorite artistic, cultural and gastronomic spots.

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