Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Mafra, Central Portugal, Portugal including Uni Sushi, Himitsu Sushi Bar, Sushi Mish Mish, Pearl Oyster and Wine Bar, Miyabi Sushi by Rodrigo Mattos, Alternativa Exotica Rest-bar
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5 based on 29 reviews
Exotic Meats: Kangaroo, Picanha, Frog legs, Crocodile, Black Pig, Cow, Cooked and baked snails, and many other snacks and specialties. Sea food, many qualities. Vegetarian: Sauteed mushrooms, vegetables in the wok
Interesting place with exotic options (zebra, frogs, kangaroo) on the menu. Meats were pretty good, but the french fries were nothing special and the veggies were too salty but otherwise tasteless. Interior design was all over the place with buddha statues, a sword, and pictures of Venice. The service was friendly but slow. Most other guests were drunk. Two stars.
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!
4 based on 16 reviews
In a tiny little red building on a long pedestrian street in a sleepy fishing village, on the Portuguese Surf Coast, steps away from Fishermans beach, precariously sits, Pearl Oyster & Wine Bar. We live by the great Atlantic Ocean. Itâs raw untamed nature
The restaurant has a menu cashing in on the idea of a surf town, with dishes themed "thai" "Malaysian" and "Peruvian" the concept is there but the food was awful, peanut butter shrimp?! The portions are tiny and the prices are of a swanky new york bar. 15â¬-18â¬ a dish you have to order seveal. The wine menu by the glass is not what they advertise, but only what bottle they have open. Our wine order was denied two times, and of the small 4 option wines by the glass only 1 was available that had been opened. This restaurant is taking advantage of the boom of tourism in Ericiera and is a shame. We are sure they will close soon at these prices and portions. Try the thai prawns or ceviche and tell me, im wrong!Dear Holbimarcas, thanks for trying out Pearl and sharing your feedback. We are sad to hear your experience didnât match your expectations. Weâre having trouble relating your comment to our menu though. Our most expensive dish is priced at 11,50â¬. As you can see on our website none of our dishes is between 15â¬ to 18â¬. We do serve a Prawn Satay dish with a Malaysian peanut sauce which is in fact native to the Malaysian cuisine, it is not peanut butter though. In regards to the wine; the selection available by glass changes on a daily basis and does not entail the complete wine list that is available by bottle. We assume thatâs common practice in restaurants but weâre sorry if that wasnât explained to you in detail.Â
4 based on 233 reviews
A good option for sushi-lovers in the north-west part of Lisbon District. The quality is good and since it's an all you can eat restaurant, the price is quite acceptable. Don't expect a unique sushi experience but a good place to go once in a while. It's always quite full so book in advance. And the service could also be a bit slow.
4 based on 54 reviews
Just to make it clear: this is probably the best sushi I have tried in Portugal. No, it's not a "rodÃzio de sushi" as many others, in Portugal. It's proper sushi and not SuChina. The qualify of the ingredients, the creativity, the service, the design and prices, makes it a great place for a nice dinner or weekend lunch.
4 based on 243 reviews
To be fair... nice place, good meal but when we wanted to paid... surprise!! They only want cash or Portuguese cards... in one of the most touristic locations of Portugal!? Ok... great idea! She was very rude telling us where we could find the ATM and clarifying she was following the law.Thanks and bye bye
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