Sushi Culture Ibiza, stands out for the good quality of its products and its affordable prices. Sushi, rolls and woks to eat in the restaurant or at home
Are you one of those who think that the price of sushi is, in general, quite high? If so, get ready to meet Sushi Culture Ibiza. This restaurant serves trays of this Japanese delicacy to really affordable prices and, of course, without sacrificing quality. This has caused that in a short time it becomes the favorite option of those who do not want to leave their pockets to taste a Good sushi, fine sashimi or a few rolls.
Besides a good number of starters, in your letter you will find trays of sushi from as little as ten euros and different types of rolls. You can customize your roll in three easy steps, according to your tastes.
They have recently added to their menu the famous woks. There are beef, chicken, shrimp and even tofu. They also have vegetarian sushi so if you follow this type of food you can go to Sushi Culture Ibiza without any problem.
For those who prefer not to move from home they put at their disposal the servicio of Domicilio. Make your order and in less than a blink of an eye you will have it where you want, ready to eat.
Eating on the premises is another option, at least, entertaining. What for? Because in both locations the kitchens are in sight, so you can see how they make the sushi live. Take the opportunity to introduce yourself fully in Japanese cuisine and dare to ask for your Sake letter. And if you are more than beer, any proof of what they have in Sushi Culture Ibiza Do not think you'll find only one! You have to choose: Sapporo, Kirin, Asahi ...
Those who love this type of cuisine can put the finishing touch to their meal with the typical mochi ice cream, made with rice.
Sushi Culture Ibiza has an added advantage and it owns two premises: one in Ibiza town and another in the municipality of San Antonio You no longer have an excuse to not enjoy a good sushi in Ibiza!
Varied sushi trays are their forte, but you can't stop trying their fried rolls (they are the only ones that take them home).
From 12 to 24 hours in summer and from 13 to 16 hours and from 19 to 24 in winter.
How to get there
To get to Sushi Culture from Ibiza you have to take Isidoro Macabich street in the opposite direction to the port and, when you reach the end, where you will see the Church of the Rosary, you will have to turn left. It is on the next street, on the right side.
The one in San Antonio is located in one of the streets parallel to the Plaza de la Iglesia. Go up the famous Sa Clau apartments (Progrés street) and you will see it a few meters away, at number 26.