In food, as in life, it’s all about the company you keep. If the food is really good, the company will seem even better. That’s what happens at Shiko, in Batalha, where dishes are conceived for sharing, from yakisoba noodles to okonomiyaki, a pancake of sorts stuffed with shellfish. In the kitchen of this small restaurant – and we mean small – is sushi maker Ruy Leão, who proves that a good Japanese eatery always brings something new to a city, even one with plenty of Japanese restaurants.
Rua do Sol, 238
|Opening hours:||Tue-Thu 12.30pm-3pm/ 7.30pm-10.30pm, Fri 12.30pm-3pm/ 7.30pm-11pm, Sat 1pm-4pm/ 7.30pm-11pm|
|Price:||Up to 30€|