This venue is closed.
What is it?
The success of the small Nikkei bar from the basement of Palosanto, the Kokka, led the San Telmo Group to open its most ambitious venue. Big Kokka occupies the space of that interior design prodigy that was the Big Fish in El Born. At this 'Nikkei' bar, they create the spirit of Japanese and Peruvian crossing but with many more resources.
What to eat?
The spirit of high cuisine that is the brand of the house of Otivo and especially of Li is translated into dishes that may not be made with a luxury product base but which undoubtedly belong to the spirit of high cuisine for gastronomic imagination and crossing excels. For example, an eggplant with yellow pepper and dry tuna, 'katsobushi', which is a prodigy of flavor specification and that nobody can leave indifferent. Kokka has inherited ceviches and 'tiraditos', as well as some pieces of sushi and hundred percent 'nikkei' dishes, such as the butterfish in 'antichoque' sauce.