Time Out says
Aron Vargas, a disciple of Takashi Yoshitake (Aya), already had a beautiful restaurant near Gulbenkian, but decided to double the recipe at the January 31 Market, where he set up a Japanese tavern with two small rooms. The fish comes, of course, from the stalls right next to it - the famous fish vendor Açucena Veloso is one of the suppliers - and has everything from classic options to some other of the chef's creations. The menu is just the same as the first location, so this Aron Sushi is worth two of its kind.
Perfect for: trying good Japanese cuisine in a cool and semi-secret place.
Must try: Ika mentaiko, wich is to say, squid with cod roe.
Rua Marquês Sá da Bandeira, 14
|Transport:||Metro São Sebastião|
|Price:||Up to €30|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 12.30pm-3pm & 7.30pm-11pm|