Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Jaboatao dos Guararapes, State of Pernambuco, Brazil including JoJoo Creative Sushi, Taberna Japonesa Quina do Futuro, Nikko, Kisu Japanese Cuisine
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4 based on 249 reviews
Very attentive, respective and kind waiters. The sushi is always delicious with a good range of options to choose from. They have from the basic nigiri to a foie gras sushi.Would definitely recommend for a romantic night out.They also have a great selection of wine (bottle and glass).
4 based on 395 reviews
Excellent Japanese/sushi restaurant in a nice neighborhood.The quality and service were both exceptional, with traditional and well-made sushi, hand rolls, gyoza and tempura, not to mention a nice wine/beer and sake menu.Quina is so far the best Japanese restaurant that Iâve eaten in here in Brazil. It is part of AssociaÃ§Ã£o dos Restaurantes da Boa LembranÃ§a, which is a society of restaurants that emphasizes excellence in food and service; in addition, each of these restaurants features an entrÃ©e, that when purchased, you received a unique plate as a souvenir.
4 based on 363 reviews
...If not the best.I've been in Nikko twice and loved it. They got a good variety of sushi and they're all delicious. Nikko's sushi are well elaborated and the flavors are to be appreciated. You can have the all-you-can-eat sushi or choose a portion on the menu. If you choose the first one, you also have the option of Chinese food, but I would save my stomach for the sushi! :)The restaurant is also very beautiful. Definitely, the fanciest sushi restaurant in Recife I know of. There is good music playing and the waiter was helpful. The bad part is the price. If it's the fanciest, so it's the most expensive too.Once I was there for lunch on a Sunday afternoon (when the price is a bit lower) and asked for the all-you-can-eat sushi... Well, they were all great, but sometimes they brought more than I had asked for. I didn't understand why and didn't like it very much 'cause I ended up eating more than I wanted, so it's good to pay attention to that.Well, if you wanna try some good sushi in a good place, that's the place! I recommend it.
4 based on 276 reviews
The Kisu Japanese Cuisine, led by chef Dylan Koishi (previously worked at the New York Nobu), has a oriental fusion menu. The menu is varied, with hot (we tried a good miso marinated hake with grilled cauliflower) and cold (starters as tuna tataki and main as sushi and sashimi) options. The food was good for a restaurant located in a gourmet area of a mall (it is almost impossible to find restaurants at Sunday night in Recife), but do not expect anything spectacular. The restaurant, considering the location (in a mall) and the quality of food (just OK), can be considered expensive.
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