Best Japanese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Japanese food in Matosinhos. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Japanese restaurants near you.. Matosinhos (Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐtuˈziɲuʃ]) is a city and a municipality in the northern Porto district of Portugal, bordered in the south by the city of Porto. The population in 2011 was 175,478, and covered an area of approximately 62.42 square kilometres (24.10 sq mi). The urban centre, the city proper, had a population of 45,703 in 2001.
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4 based on 127 reviews
This is a nicely decorated restaurant with friendly and attentive staff.The sushi platters are beautifully prepared with some interesting artistic touches. The Bushido Combination (â¬28) has a nice variety of sashimi and sushi. Some of the sashimi was balanced on the top of a teapot with wasabi coming out of the spout of the teapot. As well as being artistic, the sushi tasted good.I will return again to enjoy this lovely little restaurant.
4 based on 693 reviews
Opposite the Cafeina Restaurant, on Rua do Padrao, just 50 meters from Avenida Brazil and the sea, the Terra restaurant is unique. The high ceiling and elegant, comfortable decoration in browns and blacks, creates a classy, sophisticated atmosphere. Added
Firstly, they forgotten to bring us the sushi menu, which would have been handy for a sushi restaraunt, secondly, they also 'forgot' to bring us the weekend lunch menu, (hint: a la carte in the end cost us â¬100, the lunch menu would have been about â¬50) My partner is pregnant and could not eat raw fish, we ordered everything else no problem, but for one dish, the softshell crab, we asked them to replace the raw fish inside for a cooked one, or some other indredient, or just leave it out, we would have been happy to pay extra for it if that was the problem, but they had to go back and forth 5 times to the chef. In the end, I walked downstairs and solved it in 1 sentence wih the chef, "customer pregnant, no raw fish please". How difficult was that?As with the food, as pointed out, it's not bad. We had the lamb shank, which was well executed. The prawn pasta was nice but felt extremely weird to have dry gambas with dry pasta, they were both well executed but not together In the end, I'd stay away. Life is too short to put up with aggravating meals.
4 based on 458 reviews
The freshness and diversity of the ocean's fishes, together with the creativity and art of our chef, Masaki Onishi, allows you to have an amazing meal, surrounded by a modern and delicate environment, in one of the most privileged locations in Oporto.The
We asked for a big sashimi and this how it was presented to us (photos) then the person who was serving us described the portfolio of fish we were about to eat: blue whiting, grouper, tuna, salmon, horse mackerel, seabass, sea bream, croaker and whelk. All this served with a nice glass of white wine (Marka) - lovely!
4 based on 107 reviews
Sushi restaurant that offers the following services: Lunches, dinners, group dinners, Take - Away, parties and events.
Sushi lover? You should try Mr. Binho Sushi Restaurant and relief your senses on this typical japanese food .
4 based on 106 reviews
Good Sushi in a quiet place. The staff was extremelly nice. Aceptable prices considering the quality of the food.
4 based on 405 reviews
Weâve been to this restaurant for five or six times now and they still manage to surprise us. The freestyle is very original and they mix lots of ingredients you never tasted together. The staff is very attentive. But the thing I like the most in Sushiaria is the freshness of the fish! I really like sushi and I like to visit new restaurants in town but I come back to this one every time!thank you and keep up the good work
4 based on 376 reviews
I am a great sushi lover and have been to many restaurants in different countries. I could say that Domino is one of the best. Tempura of shrimps is amazing. The fish is fresh, uramaki is also very well prepared. The price is not low but worth to try!
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