Me and a group of six friends came here during the latter part of our summer holiday in Lisbon in 2012. The first time we came with 4, the second time we took everybody because this was an experience unlike many of us had ever experienced. Service was extremely friendly, offering us explanations of their method and continuous serving of drinks and food. For a nominal fee (it was 12,50 E I believe) they operate on an all-you-can-eat á la carte model which means as much that for that incredibly low price, you get to take your pick from their pretty extensive Japanese menu including sushi, sashimi but also all their chicken, pork, fish and beef dishes. I personally recommended (as the waiter did) to try out all different kinds of sushi by ordering one of their three 'sushi boats'; wooden boats filled to the brim with all kinds of seafood goodness to share with a couple of people. Drinks are inexpensive; 1-1.5 euro for a beer or soft drinks but sake is also available at similar insane prices. The atmosphere is lovely, because it's a relatively small restaurant you really get to feeling for the staff and if you're any kind of half way decent you'll leave a big tip.
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