Miyama Flor Baja restaurant in Madrid

One of the top Japanese restaurants in Madrid, right off of Gran Vía. Chef Takimura-San offers traditional Japanese dishes with a modern twist. You can choose to eat at a table or at the bar and see how Takimura works. The service is flawless and the staff is highly trained. Enjoy exciting starters like shiso wrapped sardine tempura or the steamed octopus with ponzu sauce. The stews are another specialty you can’t miss, in particular the house shabushabu. Its location is perfect to get the restaurant included if you are coming back from the Debod Temple or Plaza de España and if you are in the mood for a Japanese restaurant in Gran Via.

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Style of this restaurant

Japanese restaurants became increasingly popular in Spain some years ago. In most cases, they have adapted versions to Spanish taste, and quality is generally high

 

Q Which attractions are near restaurant Miyama Flor Baja?

Gran Vía
Plaza España
Chueca
Plaza del Sol

Q Which dishes are typical from Madrid?

Despite Madrid is a melting pot of Spanish cultures, and that you will be able to find restaurants that specialize in gastronomy from all regions of Spain, there are some dishes which are typical “Madrileños”.
Cocido madrileño is Madrid´s best-known dishes. A chickpea stew served in many different formats, this is a great option to enjoy in winter, especially at some of the restaurants that specialize in cocido. Bocadillo de calamares is a cheap way to enjoy a simple lunch or dinner. A very simple dish can be delicious if all ingredients (squid,oil and bread) are of excellent quality. Callos a la madrileña: this is a beef tripe stew and many traditional restaurants are proud to serve “the best callos in Madrid”
te Madrid is a melting pot of Spanish cultures, and that you will be able to find restaurants that specialize in gastronomy from all regions of Spain, there are some dishes which are typical “Madrileños”.

Q How much should I tip at this restaurant?

There is no precise rule as to how much to tip in Spain. Spaniards only tip if they consider the service to be good. A 5% is normally considered a good tip. Having said this, some local waiters know tourists tip more than local Spaniards do and may expect more from foreigners.

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