Best Sushi restaurants nearby. Discover the best Sushi food in Vagos. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Sushi restaurants near you.. Vagos (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈvaɣuʃ] ( listen)) is a town and a municipality in Aveiro District, belonging to Centro Region of Portugal. The district capital which goes by the same name, Aveiro, is the nearest largest city to Vagos. The population in 2011 was 22,851, in an area of 164.92 km². It had 17,204 eligible voters.
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4 based on 714 reviews
Brazilian Restaurant and Sushi Bar with a friendly and familiar environment. Fresh and delicious ingredients.
When you arrive at a restaurant and the waiter says âyou drink to much yesterday and now want to stay eating all dayâ itâs rude. If they donât want to serve a group of people entering at 2pm bec they close at 3pm say so. Instead they provided a rude and ungrateful service, they refused to prepare many other cuts, costela de porco, costela de bife, fraldinha etc. At the end the waiter came with the pineapple and wouldnât stop cutting food for a friend of ours even when he asked him to stop. They serve half a churrasco but charge for a full one. Disappointing, the owner must be careful because we live in Aveiro and word spreads quickly.Apart form this, the meat isnât prepared as well as it used to be. Not enough salt and way past the point. Very dry or completely raw.
4 based on 133 reviews
We stayed in a great Air BnB rental and were quite disappointed when the nearby famous bacalao restaurant was closed on Monday so we strolled another 10 minutes and received a wonderful surprise! Don't be fooled by any "all you can eat sushi" moniker... This place is pure paradise. For â¬16.90 pp, they ask what your tastes are and serve up accordingly. There is none of this "You get this many choices and you cannot get anything else unless you finish!" We had wonderful sushi and sashimi dishes served with the house made soy sauce. The waiter was one of the most helpful and personable we have ever encountered and based on our preferences he served up octopus, green lipped mussels with a spectacular elixir of sauces, a gorgeous assortment of sushimi (no skimping!) and many different rolls, some tempura and yakitori and many other assorted goodies. We were always asked if there was any particular dish we would like but we asked mostly for what the sushi master would choose and we were not disappointed. We highly recommend this restaurant and wish we had one near us at home!
4 based on 187 reviews
In Aveiro or even in Portugal, it's hard to find a Japanese restaurant that can have a very good quality/price relation. The Matsuri has a very good standard and you pay around â¬23-26 p/p to eat starter, main dish, dessert + coffee and non-alcohol beverage (usually for this quality of Japanese restaurant it will cost you around â¬33-35). As a lover of Japanese cuisine (more the westernized than the traditional), I enjoy the fact that it's not prepared in the traditional style which means putting wasabi inside each piece of sushi. You have the wasabi available on your dish and you can take it on your own way. Matsuri adopts a western Japanese cuisine style and not a traditional, which allows you to find the California rolls, and more fancy/elaborated sushis on the Menu. You can as well request "Free Style" and the Sushiman will prepare diversified and varied sushi and sashimi pieces based on his own inspiration without following any traditional line. I added a picture of a Free Style so you will be able to see how diversified and mix of salty and sweety the free style can be. The Matsuri doesn't offer only sushi & sashimi, you have hot dishes of fish and meat but always inside the Japanese cuisine. I'm very sad that the Matsuri doesn't have Matcha Tea and doesn't serve it as a beverage. If you want a Japanese beverage, only sakÃ©.
4 based on 355 reviews
Before we left the âCasa de Lagoaâ in Mira for Porto we had a last dinner at the Barba Azul. The Sushi were very creative and tasty, really a 5 out of 5 (yes we have been to Japan and had lot of Sushi there). But i had a bit of a belly ache afterwards, so the fish probably wasnât as fresh as the one used in Japan (never had a problem in Tokyo, Kyoto, Kanazawa...). Therefore a 4 out of 5. The interior design and the fact the restaurant is next to the lighthouse are nice too. Check it out!
4 based on 43 reviews
A very wide variety of oriental food, from sushi to Chinese including wok prepared. Perhaps the only one to improve would be the sushi and the deserts areas. Regarding the deserts area by the time you get there you can hardly have anything else as you may already be topped up with food.Great interior decoration although outside I would consider it average. There is enough space around the food islands but it would benefit from a little bit more around the tables area.Remember the drinks are not included.The only thing I would recommend would be on the staff side, as their Portuguese is not that good as well as the English. Although very nice and sympathetic it is notorious the lack of professional training, and now and then it takes a little longer to get what you asked for.Overall a place to visit again.
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