Time Out says
Atsushi Takata is a sushi master who may look young, but who has loads of experience, having worked at Icho, Tempura-Ya and Yashima. 'We don't decorate our food or overload it with sauces,' he says. Instead, they serve phenomenal sushi, and at just the right price: as of early 2018 the set lunch menu for €19.50 gets you seven perfectly cut nigiris and four makis, with a miso soup starter and a warm Catalan speciality. At night you can opt for a Catalan-Japanese recipe of xató temaki, or Ral d'Avinyó pork ribs. La Cuina de l'Uribou opened in 2011, and it's held its place steadily among the best Japanese restaurants in Barcelona.
Taquígraf Serra, 26
|Transport:||Entença (M: L5)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Thu 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-11pm; Fri, Sat 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-11.30pm; Sun closed|