It opened its doors in 2015 by a team of former Aya disciples and has been making its way through traditional Japanese cuisine to reach the top 5 of the best Japanese restaurants in Greater Lisbon, where it secured a captive place. At least if they continue to serve a cuisine of fresh raw material, to respect the traditional dishes of Japan and to have a service without failures. It opens to the general public at lunch from Tuesday to Sunday and for dinner of Wednesday; and from Thursday to Saturday receives (not only, but almost) the customers of the Club Go Juu.
Perfect for: those who like traditional Japanese cuisine.
Must try: the toro, that is, part of the belly of the tuna