We continue and let ourselves be conquered by their irresistible baos. We highly recommend the calamari one with doughnut bread and a light aroma of vanilla, mint and chipotle, which they tell us is inspired, of course, by the tradition of Madrid. Then come the crispy oxtail gyozas dipped in Asian salmorejo, stew, mushrooms and seafood. All finger-licking good. And then comes the star dish, the katsu sando with pork ribs.
In terms of food pairing, the offer includes Japanese craft beers, seven types of sakes ranging from fruity to dry, and distillates such as whisky, rum and vodka and vermouth, also made in Japan, which can be enjoyed on their own or with other ingredients in cocktail form.
In terms of interior design, Casa Sr. Ito has a very relaxed style that appeals to those who love to eat at the bar, which has been designed to seat eight diners. There is also the possibility of sitting at high tables. Our gaze inevitably falls on the ceramic pieces created by artist Carlos Villoslada. Flamenco and soundtracks from legendary films such as Kill Bill play in the background. No doubt we’ll be back.
Photo courtesy of Sr. Ito
Casa Sr. Ito
Marqués de Riscal, 6
914 91 15 29