Nintai, Marbella Michelin Star Restaurants
At this tiny Japanese restaurant, a maximum of 12 diners can have a nine or ten-course meal, including mushimono and nimono (steamed and simmered dishes), shirumono (soup), niguiri sushi (rice topped with raw fish), and dessert. Suggested wine pairings include sake and champagne, although there is also a good wine list. Diners sit at a wooden bar counter, watching the skilled chefs preparing the dishes.
Nintai was awarded its Michelin star in the 2022 guide.
Closed Sunday and Monday.
As it says in the guide
Another culinary project courtesy of renowned sommelier Marcos Granda who returned from Japan at the end of 2019 astonished by its culture and the country’s respect for the finest ingredients – a revelation which led to the development of this new project. Nintai features a design based on pure lines, large windows, several private dining spaces and a large sushi bar with 12 seats, where guests can watch him work, create and improvise his "itamae" style of cooking. Here, everything induces a feeling of serenity – the perfect state of mind in which to savour tasting menus of different lengths (Omakase (lunch only) and Nintai). Given that this is a Japanese restaurant, the desserts come as something of a surprise. One of the best sake menus in Spain completes the picture!.
ContactTelf.: +34 952 608 966
Ramón Gómez de la Serna 18, Marbella, 29600, Spain.