This restaurant's motto is "sushi for health and beauty". Other European capitals already have branches of this Japanese fast-food/self-service ... More
Kaiten Sushi Ginza
This restaurant's motto is "sushi for health and beauty". Other European capitals already have branches of this Japanese fast-food/self-service experience. The downstairs area allows you to pick your own sushi dishes from a moving conveyor belt and the total amount is added to your final bill. You can sit down and take your time upstairs in the simple, well-lit space and try other typical Japanese dishes, like tempura, seaweed and octopus. Proximity to the major law courts means you're more than likely to eat with famous politicians and journalists.
the food (including the deserts) is wonderful! the environment is lovely.
the service is quite bad compared to the quality of the food and the environment. It could be improved.
in the night, it closes too early and they start to clean when people is still inside, this is quite annoying.
Ginza is probably the best Japanese restaurant in Madrid. Not expensive, not very innovative, but very close to "the real thing".
It is very common to find Japanese people having lunch or dinner at Ginza, which I consider a sign of orthodoxy and correctness.
The service is excellent and the prices are fair, considering its excellent location (close to the Parliment).
If you want to visit a real japanese restaurant with a real kaiten (rolling sushi bar), the Ginza is the most appropiate.
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