Long before Ryanair flights to the Azores gave Lisboners an affordable way to discover the Atlantic islands, the proprietors of Kampai had already glimpsed the potential of Azorean raw materials. In 2010, they opened an Azorean-inspired Japanese restaurant where you could eat pompano, white trevally, seabream, chub and, of course, tuna. Seven years on, despite being in a sleepy part of Lisbon for restaurants, Kampai is still doing it – and we're glad it is. When it comes to fresh, well cut fish, is is among Lisbon's top places.
Time Out tips:
– There is a parking garage nearby.
– Crazy about sashimi? This is the place for you.
– The menu also has some hot dishes, such as udon noodles.
Calçada da Estrela, 35
|Opening hours:||Wed-Mon 12.30pm-2.30pm & 7.30pm-10.30pm|
|Price:||Up to €40|