• Metoo Sushi

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Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Examples include sushi, salads, miso soup, tofu soup, fried tofu and more. Staff reported to have limited English. Has another branch in Alicante. Open Mon-Sun 12:00-16:30, 20:00-00:00.

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3 Reviews

First Review by kayleighbobs


Points +217

23 Jan 2020


Staff willing to help. They know what vegan means. All you can eat for near 15€, vegan options included seaweed salad, miso soup, kimchi, several tofu dishes, some sushi and as an option they are able to veganize udon, soba and noodles.

Pros: Nice staff

Cons: Glutamato monosodico 🤮, Not clearly labelled vegan items: please ask staff



Points +445

14 Jun 2019

It was ok

They have vegan options and the staff spoke english. The food was ok.


Points +20

21 Oct 2018


Went on the basis of having read on here that the staff speak English and are able to veganise dishes. After 4 days in Benidorm and eating little apart from bread, salad and chips I was looking forward to something delicious and full of flavour. We sat down and the waitress brought over our menus, and I asked what was available with no fish or eggs etc because the menu just had pictures and numbers with no explanation of ingredients. This was met with a blank face, and the penny dropped that actually the staff DON’T speak ANY English or have any concept of veganism or allergies. Now I understand that not everyone in a foreign country is going to speak English, and I would assume that the Japanese waitress would have spoken Spanish instead which I don’t speak, although she showed no sign of speaking Spanish. But she didn’t seem to understand the global dialect of hand gestures, pointing and head shaking either. In fact she was completely bemused by the whole affair, and if it weren’t for the fact that the restaurant was my suggestion, I was desperate for some nice food and I was with a group of meat eaters (this was the first time I’d been brave enough to suggest a place to eat and I really didn’t want to then cause a scene about it not being okay) then I would have got up and left at that point. I stayed and ordered using my experience of what is generally safe in Japanese food and what looked okay from the menu pictures (vegetable tempura, vegetable nori rolls and fried tofu). Long story short, due to the waitress mixing up our orders, giving the wrong dishes to the wrong people and obviously not having understood a word of what any of us had said, I ended up unknowingly eating a king prawn and fish roe. I’ve been vegan for over 10 years and this has literally never happened to me before, abroad or at home. I’m kicking myself for not going through my food with a fine tooth-comb, which I should have done having struggled so much with ordering. Just hungry, desperate and not wanting to be the odd one out I guess. I wasn’t alone, everyones food either got forgotten, mixed up or came out looking completely different to the menu pictures. We were the only customers in the restaurant (it was early) so it wasn’t that the staff were under any pressure. This wasn’t really an issue with a lack of English speaking staff or veganism, it was a general lack of any care and attention at all. The whole experience was pretty bizarre. Unless you speak Japanese then avoid.

Pros: Clean and modern decor , Easy to walk to from the beach front, Reasonably priced, all you can eat for €15

Cons: Staff speak little to no English, Dishes come out looking different to menu, Staff have no concept of veganism or allergies

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