If you love sushi, then you will be happy to know where to find good and cheap sushi buffet restaurants in Barcelona, and of course, without having to sacrifice on good quality ingredients. There are many food lovers who enjoy sushi nowadays, and this is largely thanks to the increase of restaurants that have it on their menu.
So today, this article will focus on the best places with good and affordable sushi buffets in the busy and centrally located district of Gracia.
If this Japanse dish is also popular with you and your friends, do not miss this article by ShBarcelona!
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Discover the best sushi in Gracia at the best price
Kibuka Verdi is located at Carrer de Verdi, 64. It follows the original idea of the restaurant, and emphasizes on excellent products to make sure customers are satisfied. The menu also features a large selection of wines and cocktails for you to enjoy before, during or after your meal.
The other restaurant is on Carrer Goya, 9. This is where you will find Japanese cuisine with a certain Western influence, but it is still committed to deliver good value for money. Kibuka Goya has a menu that stands out for its freshest sushi and its extensive and original variety of maki sushi.
La Vietnamita’s food concept was inspired by the country’s street food, and tourists who have been lucky enough to have visited Vietnam already know that it is de-li-cious. Every “Vietnamese Street Food” dish is prepared with top quality and fresh ingredients with lots of flavour.
La Vietnamita Street Food Deli, which was the first restaurant, opened in 2009 in Barcelona, in the well-known and family friendly district of Gracia.
It has dedicated its kitchen to anyone who loves Asian street food. And thanks to the positive reactions of customers, friends and a few new partners, the second restaurant soon opened in the neighbourhood of Born and the third in Sant Antoni.
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Toyo is located in the centre of the Gracia district, and it has a buffet option that you cannot make reservations in advance for. The restaurant is known for its superb quality and excellent menus.
The midday menu is €11 (from Monday to Friday) and the evening menu (every day of the week) is €16.50. This price does not include drinks and dessert.
There are also options for vegetarians and people who suffer from celiac disease (or people with other allergies), because they use gluten-free rice and soybean. The buffet menu can also be adapted to better suit your wishes. They have fresh sushi, and offer more than 50 varieties on their buffet.
As for other dishes, there are homemade dumplings and dim sum, Japanese empanadillas, chicken noodles, shrimp noodles and vegetarian noodles.
If you are looking for something fried, they have both vegetable and prawn tempura, but also fried chicken, pasta with shrimp and other specialties.
If you prefer meat, you can enjoy their lovely Yakitori. Other dishes to try are their wakame (seaweed) salad, cucumber salad and sautéed mushrooms and asparagus, as well as other seasonal dishes.
Is there another affordable sushi buffet restaurant in the district of Gracia?