Sushic is hidden away in the Lisboa Almada Hotel south of the Tagus river. Fusion sushi, fresh, pretty and popular.
Our friend, the Lisbon princess had advised. No, insisted that when we visit Lisbon, We must go to Sushic, no matter what.
Not daring otherwise and always happy for good advice, that’s what we did.
I let the photos talk (Window seat for lunch makes a happy camera day)
|Hungry happy or both|
|Simple table setup and decor|
|On the wall|
|House Sauvignon Blanc 2013|
|Cucumber, strawberry and more|
|Strawberry and chilli|
|Fried tuna, just as a guarantee not to leave hungry 🙂|
We gave the waiter full freedom to choose as the menu was large and in Portuguese.
Comparing to one of the few fusion sushi places i know (Råkultur in Stockholm), Our menu had a little too much classic fish salmon, tuna and scrimp for my liking and mayo was used too frequently assembly and finish. However for 80€ this was a GREAT lunch, good wine, friendly flawless English service and everything we had tasted super fresh even this being a Sunday lunch.
The house was full and I fully understand why… so hereby the recommendation is forwarded – go to Lisbon, visit Sushic, tell me how it went.
- Sushi is great, great comfort food
- And does not need to ruin you
- Life is good…
Rua Abel Salazar n9 – 9A
+351 211 911 965
+351 211 911 965
Bonus package: Desert @ Pasteis de Belem
|Goodness straight from the oven|
|Much goodness…. every day|
|Just 1, divided in two – 90 cents of Cinnamon and Nature|
|The famous queue|
|Green in style|
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2 thoughts on “Sushic for Lunch and Pasteis de Belem for dessert, Lisbon, Portugal.”
Gift. Happiness. Saudade.
3 words that jumped into my mind while I was scrolling down today's post.
Thanks Jan for bringing me a little piece of home 🙂
My pleasure and you know I only write about places I can recommend. More to follow 🙂