Mediterranean cuisine with a Japanese touch in the Gracia area. Formerly known as Shojiro, after two decades, chef Shojiro Ochi now joins forces with his friend and also chef, Toshi Suzuki, to continue offering a surprising fusion of Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine.
Somodó does not offer an à la carte menu but prefers to centre its efforts on various affordable, set menu options.True to their Asian origins while at the same time well integrated in the Spanish culture, this duet of Japanese chefs is sure to surprise you with their personal interpretation of Mediterranean, market cuisine with a slight Japanese influence in the execution of elegant dishes, in which each ingredient has its reason of being and is treated with individual respect to achieve a perfect balance of flavours. Here, chopsticks are left aside while warm, homemade bread is mandatory to accompany the food and be dipped in virgin olive oil, as it is usually served at each table.
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