Out for a Monday night meal and walked past here and was going to go somewhere else. It was so busy we walked back to look at the menu. It seemed mainly Sushi which doesn't really appeal to me but wife wanted to go in.
It was VERY busy and I think we were lucky to get a table for 2. It was also very warm and very loud music in there, so glad we were over to the side near the bar. We couldn't work out from the decor what it was supposed to be. There were Japanese pictures on the wall, along with rustic Brazilian decor then Cuban liquor on the shelves.
Waiter/server was very good with a sense of humor. We weren't sure what sizes the meals would be so he suggested a Burrito to share then pick a plate of Sushi each.
Chicken Burrito was lovely. They were big - 2 came so we had one each which was ideal. Then the Sushi came - can't remember how many pieces as we shared, maybe 6 or 8 pieces each. One was Salmon Tartufo (15 Euro) and the other was Astice Gratinato (16 Euro). It was very nice but it's not really my thing. Maybe next time I would have doubled up on the Burritos.
We had a bottle of their cheapest wine at 20 Euro.
They tempted us with dessert so we went with the Brigaderos - these were lovely, Small balls of different flavours - 5.50 Euro each bowl of 3. We had another bottle of wine and 1 Espresso. Total bill - 99 Euro plus a free drink as we paid. See bill below.
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