Located in Gràcia of Barelona, Kibuka was everything we hoped it would be. We didn’t expect it to be cheap by any means, but Nicole and I were willing to splurge because my taste buds were craving sushi.
We spent about two hours trying to find a different place, a sushi buffet, but gave up in the end. We had help from locals and other students studying abroad, but the original destination was nowhere to be found. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was some secret underground restaurant, or it was closed, like everything was in Spain.
So, we followed another recommendation. Kibuka, a popular place, we stood with other people waiting outside for it to open for almuerzo. I could feel myself drooling. We split the bill and spent about 16 euros each for the following dishes:
I have never seen tempura look so beautiful.
We ordered the above special roll at a recommendation by our server.This was some high-jacked version of a Philly roll with a Spanish twist.
A simple Spicy Tuna roll.
Finally, we ordered a side of rice and a chicken teriyaki dish, which we picked clean. I definitely recommend giving the place a try if you’re craving some good sushi in Barcelona. I went back again with my parents when they came to visit and they also loved it!