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Ramen Kagura

+34 915 48 36 06

Calle de las fuentes 1 <m> Ópera 2 5 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 90 personas

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está OK

We sat at the bar along one of the walls, and ordered chicken and vegetable gyozas (5), small tuna maki-sushi (6), cold noodles with some tempura, and tap water. The menu is somewhat limited. The food we ate was acceptable, but we got the impression that in warmer seasons, when one does not enjoy hot ramen so much, these places don't have much good to offer...

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Tripu, he encontrado la bebida a la que haces referencia. Se llama Chu-Hi, y es una bebida que corresponde con tu descripción.


Venden por ejemplo en Yokaloka

3 de octubre de 2017


+34 910 41 16 46

Plaza de Herradores, 7 <m> Ópera 2 5 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 23 personas

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Inexpensive and convincing

está OK

(We went in Oct 2017)

Not bad. Similar to what one can get at a Japanese ramen bar, plus some "izakaya" dishes.

We ordered takoyaki, gyoza and ramen with truffle.

The takoyaki weren't great. The dough was more similar to Spanish "croquetas". Takoyaki is better in Hattori Hanzo ( 11870.com/pro/hattori-hanzo/tripu ).

The gyozas were good. A bit burnt... but then, that's how you often get them in Japan, anyway.

The ramen (the flagship dish) were good. Probably the best we've tasted in Madrid (which is not a huge compliment, anyway). The slice of pork is too thick, and the broth isn't as tasty as the real thing you get in Japan. But still good. The truffle touch, we did not get. It's a weird flavour in ramen. We would have ordered a "standard" ramen, but could not find any on the menu...

Total: 6 gyozas, 6 takoyaki, 2 small truffle ramen (100 g), one bottle of water, one can of shochu (alcoholic refreshment made with some fruit a bit of vodka). €26. Good value for the (low) price.

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Restaurante Seoul

+34 913 65 00 87

Ronda de Segovia, 25 <m> Puerta de Toledo 5 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 126 personas

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Cheap fixed menu

está OK

Fixed menu for € 9'50.

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+34 916 22 63 74

Calle Flor Baja ,5 <m> Plaza de España 2 3 10 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 39 personas

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Nippon 2

+34 915 31 88 05

Calle de la Reina 31 <m> Sevilla 2 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 39 personas

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Great Japanese restaurant

me encanta, uno de mis favoritos

Dinner for two at the sushi bar (where it's 40% off in some of the sushi dishes): a bottle of water, a cup of green tea, a bowl of miso soup, tuna tartare, a bit of beef shabu-shabu, assorted sushi (10 nigiri and 8 maki) and three extra pieces of sushi. (The discount applied to all the sushi we ordered). Total: ~€54.

Pleasant atmosphere (the place is spacious, but not noisy), roomy sushi bar, nice staff. All sushi was fresh and tasty. Ditto about the miso soup, and the shabu-shabu (which the itamae kindly offered to us as an offer: €2 per person). Perhaps the "worst" item was the tuna tartare: it was not bad, really; just okay, compared with the rest (it lacked some vinegar, to my taste).

It's a great sushi place in Madrid, with reasonable prices. I heard at least the itamae and one of the women attending tables and the sushi bar speaking Japanese; I guess they *are* Japanese. That is something, given how many "Japanese" restaurants in Spain are staffed entirely by Chinese, Thai, etc., and offer a subpar and strange mixture of Asian dishes...

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Mercado de San Ildefonso

+34 917 41 50 59

Calle Fuencarral, 57 <m> Tribunal 1 10 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 54 personas

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Cortezo Yatai Market

+34 911 38 41 13

Calle del Dr. Cortezo, 10 <m> Tirso de Molina 1 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 28 personas

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Not bad

está OK

We tried "pad thai" and a "bao", ordered at the first stall from the entrance, left-hand side.

It was okay. The pad thai wasn't good; rather mediocre. We liked the bao better.

Not sure about the other joints... We still gotta try the ramen bar, and a few other.

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La Pagoda

+34 913 45 40 47

Calle Felix Boix, 7 <m> Plaza de Castilla 1 9 10 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 32 personas

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Acceptable Asian "fusion"

está OK

Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese... a bit of all that, remixed for Western palates.

Nothing too fancy: the usual suspects (bao, sushi, wagyu, ramen, gyozas, pad thai) in a format suitable for all audiences.

"Standard" prices, too.

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Tuk Tuk

+34 917 64 76 94

Avenida del General Perón 16 <m> Estrecho 1 Madrid, Madrid provincia, España

guardado por 30 personas

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Unexpensive Thai with generous portions

está OK

Good Thai food, at very affordable prices. Nothing fancy.

Dishes like the "pad thai" sometimes are good, other times not so much. We have ordered them at least three times, at different branches of Tuk Tuk in Madrid, and the results aren't consistent. When we enquired the waiter one of those times, he came out with some very confusing excuses about the ingredients and whatnot. He was not convincing at all. Truth is, quality seems to depend a lot on the cook of the day and the freshness of ingredients...

Apart from that caveat, we like Tuk Tuk.

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Din Tai Fung

+886 2 8101 7799

110, Taiwan, Taipei City, Xinyi District, City Hall Rd, 45 Taipei, Taiwán

guardado por una persona

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Too touristy, but handy

tripu lo descubrió en julio de 2017

está OK

Efficient and convenient place to fill your stomach with typical Chinese-Taiwanese "dim sum" before or after climbing Taipei 101. Dumplings, soups, etc.

Reliable (eg, clean) and inexpensive, lots of options in the menu. Being "dim sum" it's easy to order several things, including more adventurous dishes, to feel satisfied and at the same time to try out more exotic combinations.

It's a chain that has become huge, this branch is quite large, and it must feature in all travel guides to Taipei... because it's full of tourists.

Taiwanese (Chinese) restaurants can often put off Western tourists because of their small size, appearance and (poor) level of cleanliness. Thus, chains like Din Tai Fung become a convenient (if not very authentic) alternative.

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