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Masaki Onishi is the name of the well-known Japanese chef behind Ichiban's gastronomic offer. The japanese embassy in Portugal picked him up from the Kyoshinzan restaurant in Kyoto and managed to keep him as a chef for three years. Today, in a restaurant located right by the sea, where fresh fish arrives every day, the offer goes far beyond sushi and sashimi, with amazing fish and meat dishes. The restaurant's décor is minimalist in light tones so that every meal is enjoyed with total lightness and peace of mind, combined with the friendliness and careful explanation of the dishes, making the meal an experience of taste discovery and an authentic adventure for japanese culture.

Sushi, japanese cuisine

Tuesday to Friday: 12:30h - 14:30h | 19:30h - 22:30h. Friday and Saturday closes 11:00



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Address:
Avenida do Brasil, 454

Postal Code:
4150-153

Mobile Phone:
934965238

Email:
servo.costa@gmail.com

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