About 15-20 years ago, “Japanese” restaurants began to appear in Venezuela offering the typical seaweed salad, sashimi, etc., but they also offered venezonalized sushi rolls. I mean, rolls with Venezuelan style: a lot of sauces, plantain, avocado, super tasty toppings, etc.
Of course I do not consider this as Japanese food, but regardless of its origin, I find that this style of rolls is divine.
To my surprise, they recently opened a restaurant of “Venezuelan sushi” (as I call it) and is now one of our regular options in Madrid. I recommend it.
The place is tiny, but you can take it away or even order it from home. Prices are pretty good.
Address: Calle de María de Molina, 16, 28006 Madrid
Metro: Gregorio Marañon
Price: 20-25 euros
Phone: +34 910 60 94 58