This is not a fancy restaurant, nor a fancy neighbourhood, but if you decide to stroll by Liberdade, the Japanese area, you will find this to be a good place to rest for a while, having a very good meal. The well served Teishoku Special serves two people with a very good assortment. They also cut very good sushi and sashimi, at a very reasonable price. This is not a fancy restaurant, service is polite and efficient, and food is the highlight.
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