Before the Azores entered the travel bucket list of many Portuguese (thank you Ryanair), their raw material had already entered this restaurant on the border between São Bento and Estrela, with doors open since 2010. Much of the fish served, whether in sashimi or chirashi, niguiri or temaki, come from the Azorean archipelago. Now this means crossing with lilies, tunas, porgys or white trevally that the sushimen work in the purest form possible. Note: there is a car park for guests.
Perfect for: finding out there is more to sushi apart from salmon and tuna.
Must try: the sashimi moriwase, a variety of raw sauteed fish.
Calçada da Estrela, 35
|Opening hours:||Wed-Mon 12.30pm-2.30pm & 7.30pm-10.30pm|
|Price:||Up to €40|