Dukkah was born with the purpose of showcasing the authentic Spanish cuisine in Japan. The name makes reference to a spice that is a mixture of cumin, coriander, nuts and sesame seeds, and it is a metaphor of the Spanish cuisine, which has a mixture of many different cultures. The style of cooking is Spanish with a special focus in some regions such as Galicia, Cantabria, Basque Country, Navarra and the north of the Mediterranean. It appears in some national and international guides including the Michelin Guide where it is listed as a Spanish restaurant and recognized with a Bib Gourmand.
Eiichi Matsumoto, the restaurant owner and chef, can explain the main dishes and restaurant concept to customers.
The Restaurants from Spain Certification supports and recognizes restaurants focused on authentic quality Spanish cuisine. It establishes quality standards and criteria for the consumer who is looking for quality Spanish cuisine, and models for restaurateurs who may wish to offer our cuisine in other parts of the world. Please, visit Get the Certification