We have discussed in previous articles that the situation of the Japanese restaurants in Madrid has changed radically in recent years, to the point that today it seems that Madrid has almost as many Japanese food restaurants that Spanish food. So the big problem: if to think in Japanese restaurants, Madrid has many, do we can choose the best for every occasion? And we say for every occasion because, in our opinion, there is no Japanese restaurant which itself only represents the best choice for all occasions. We believe that there may be one that represents the best option for someone who wants to move closer to the Japanese food for the first time; one for which you want to taste the best sushi in the capital; etc. To choose between the different Japanese restaurants in Madrid, we recommend that you let you guide by the food critics reviews, or reviews that diners who have tried every restaurant left on various web sites. To find the reviews of the food critics, you can go to a bookstore (or library) and look in the food section. A book which we have seen lately and that seems very interesting is metropolis 2010 Guide to eat and drink in Madrid. The great advantage of this book is that you can serve not only to choose your Japanese restaurant, but for all kinds of restaurants and bars in the capital of Spain. Another way to see the reviews from the critics about the Japanese restaurants in Madrid is simply searching the internet.
Simply enter in Google and write the sentence review Japanese Restaurant Madrid. This also has the advantage of present you not only reviews from food critics but also from other non-expert people who have decided to share their experiences and impressions with us the second option we aim higher. It only remains to interpret the various reviews that you find. In fact, in this you can not help much except to tell you that you try to always read several reviews different about the same restaurant before deciding. At this point we have no more than hope that these tips help you find the Japanese restaurant in Madrid that best suits you on every occasion. And what enjoy it!
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