Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sushi in Granada

There are many so-called Japanese restaurants in Granada, run by Chinese people and although the sushi in those places are acceptable I was very thrilled to discover a new Japanese restaurant run by a real Japanese chief who prepares your food in front of you. Zakuro is a simple small place in black and red, ideal for lunch or a dinner sushi party with friends.
The chef who obviously aims to please serves lovely tapas too...




Zakuro means pomegranate, the emblem fruit of Granada
Enjoy !

Zakuro
Calle Santa Anna nº2
Granada
tel : 958 56 13 49

19 comments:

David Engel said...

Hi Lala,

All I can say is I'm glad I just had lunch before reading your posting. My mouth is watering anyway!
So what did you have?!?!?!?!

Best,

David
http://www.globalaroundtown.blogspot.com

Mélanie said...

J'adore la fait que l'on voit le chef préparer le repas. Mais les sushis, ce n'est pas mon dada

Linda Sue said...

japanese with spanish accent- YUM!

Elisa, Croatia said...

Oh I must say that looks delicious. We were just mentioning sushi today my husband and I about how someone needs to open a Japanese restaurant, although I must add the citizens of Split are not very open-minded to "new" ideas. Wishful thinking.

Susana said...

Vaya bandeja de sushi!!!! Me vuelve loca el sushi, y aún más el sashimi! ADORO la comida japonesa... ay, qué hambre!

Laura Hegfield said...

each platter looks like a work of art. I love the photo of the chef with the enormous knife and tiny green, I don't know what...but its a fun image for sure!

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

Looks delicious. I especially like hot, hot wasabi and that delectable pickled ginger. Mmmm. I had so many wonderful meals in Spain.

Have a great week, Lala -
Catherine xx

oiadweller said...

I miss sushi Lala... bit hard to get in Oia in winter lol. Come to think of it all food is hard to get in winter in Oia... but one can't have everything ;-)

Sorry it's been a while since I have visited you lovely girl... I've missed your happy blog.
Sending you a hug from Oia xxx

The Girl From Cherry Blossom Street said...

See how proud the guy is holding up his sushi knife and wasabi?

I like sashimi more than sushi :-)

Yoli said...

Lalita que rico! Y que bella presentacion!

SE'LAH... said...

oooh yum! this looks so tasty.

hope you are doing well. thinking of you.

one love.

Jessie said...

wow -- that looks wonderful!

smiles,

Cynthia Pittmann said...

Those plate compositions are a work of art, Lala! I love the serious expression you caught on the chef's face-a genuine artist of the palate/palette! xx

Marilyn said...

A beautiful plate of sushi. Yummmm! Now I am hungry.

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Farman06 said...

i love sushi, and i love your blog

Des said...

This food looks so good.

Joyful said...

I love sushi and especially when made by a Japanese sushi artist :-)

Tracy said...

Ohhh Girl!!! LOL I LOVE sushi too!!
What a fun new place you've found, and such lovely photos! It's getting late into the evening here and my mouth is watering and there is no sushi in sight for me now! ;)

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