Reviews on Sushi food in Ericeira, Mafra, Central Portugal. Ericeira (Portuguese pronunciation: [eɾiˈsɐjɾɐ]) is a civil parish and seaside resort/fishing community on the western coast of Portugal, in the municipality of Mafra, about 35 kilometres (22 mi) northwest of the capital, Lisbon. The population in 2011 was 10,260, in an area of 12.05 km². Ericeira is regarded by some as being Europe's Surf Mecca, due to the exceptional coastline conditions for the practice of Surf. It is home for Ericeira's World Surfing Reserve, the first in Europe and the second in the world.
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4 based on 245 reviews
We have eaten sushi all over the world including west coast US, Japan and the UK and this was without doubt some of the best sushi we have had. We had the tempura prawn and gyoza's to start which were perfectly cooked and then opted for the combi III (only suggest was they could have called it something a bit more romantic!) sushi platter. When it arrived it was beautifully presented with a range of nigiri, sushimi and other delights. The fish was ultra fresh and the flavours perfectly balanced. The staff were friendly and helpful and the ambience cosy.. together it topped off a perfect week away!
If you have one evening in Ericeira, do not hesitate and go to this restaurant. The quality of the fish and the surprising combo in the menu took our breath away. Try their special sushi (not on the menu) you will not regret it!
Best sushi in ericeria.
This restaurant is a little bit hidden from the main road. Itâs clean furnished not too cosy. The service friendly and attentive. The prices for lunch 10,90â¬ and for dinner 14,90â¬ all you can eat. For those prices you canât expect the most highend Sushiâs so what we got was good some with too much rice, but still tasty. A 1/2 liter wine for 4,50â¬ and a pop for 1,70â¬ itâs all fair. The high amount of choices of dishes makes you find easily a couple of favourite dishes. For lunch just perfect.
3 based on 42 reviews
Tried this place once as an aternative to the excellent Hyaci at the other end of town. It's fair to say we won't be going there again. The staff wasn't very helpful and seemed out of place pretentious for a place like this.More importantly the food was unpleasant. You only got a limited option from the all you could eat menu and many things were charged separately.Almost all of the sushi we ordered came with a rich helping of mayonaise on top which we were later told was Philadelphia.Unsure about that but in any case it didn't belong on sushi and it was such an amount that it was not really possible to remove with tge sticks and everything became a mayonaisy mess.But not everything had mayonaise on top, some had sweet chili sauce on top.Also a first ...To be fair the advertising at the place doesn't say sushi, it says sush|, never imagined the difference would be that big.Strangely enough the place seemed really busy.If you like good regular sushi try the excellent Hyaci at the other side of town.
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