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.
|Venue name:||La cuina de l'Uribou|
Taquígraf Serra, 26
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Thu 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-11pm; Fri, Sat 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-11.30pm; Sun closed|
|Transport:||Entença (M: L5)|