DINNER: Open Thursdays to Mondays
Winter time: opens from 19:00 pm to 23:00 pm.
Summer time: opens from 18:30 pm to 22:30 pm.
Children 6 years and older are welcome, except Teppanyaki bar (+12)
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
About Mizu Teppanyaki
With a zen and relaxed atmosphere, a decoration inspired by Japanese culture and tradition, mixed with a sophisticated and modern style, high quality ingredients, innovative culinary techniques and a privileged view over the Atlantic Ocean.
The best of Japanese gastronomy can be experienced here in two completely distinct ways. For those looking for a more intimate and interactive experience, Mizu’s Teppanyaki, with a capacity of up to 10 people and a set menu composed of 6 different courses.
With a vaster choice, the à la carte menu offers a selection of exceptional dishes such as the Alaska black cod with miso saikyo sauce, made in the Algarve’s first Robata Grill operating on white Japanese Binchontan charcoal, allowing a healthier and cleaner cooking in search of deeper flavours. The menu showcases the freshest ingredients.
The amazing food menu is accompanied by an exceptional selection of beverages with more than 20 different types of premium and super premium Japanese sakes.
Service top, cuisine excellent, bravo!!!! et c'est au moins la 10ème fois que nous y allons!
Beautiful atmosphere, interesting drinks and delicious food. Good service.
we are far from being japanese food experts but staff were gentle with us! ate twice after first going last trip also twice --tempura vegetables great plus noodles with vegetables and a pork dish as well as chicken skewers -relaxed but good atmosphere --terrific staff
Great night - the chef was really engaging and fun . The food was amazing.
Fantastic sushi and sashimi with some great robata dishes too. Great service too. Thoroughly recommended.
I went for the à-la-carte dining and opted for blue fin tuna tartare, some nigiri sushis (incl. Toro, fat tuna) and a perfectly prepared soft shell crab. Overall a great dining experience, although I'd have put only a quarter of the sauce with the tartare. Flawless staff with extreme care and attention without being intrusive. Nice see view from the table to complement the whole experience.
The restaurant has a nice atmosphere, except at the teppanyaki table where the lighting is too cold and spoils somehow the cozier feeling of the rest of the room. A la carte is, to me, the best option vs. teppanyaki. I've tried both and was entirely satisfied with the former, although the toro nigiri should be sliced thicker so that the rice does not preempt on the fish taste as much. The rest was really good and the service is stellar. Regarding the teppanyaki, there is room for improvement on two points: - 2 hours and 30 minutes for 4 courses is simply unacceptable. Were it kaiseki of 12 dishes, I would understand. Here, there is no excuse. Booking times should then be strict and at given timeslots to allow the chef to cook all in one go rather than jumping from one part of the counter to the next. - the hob wasn't perfectly cleaned in between dishes and when clients eat in front of the chef, this should be unimaginable. I have never seen a teppanyaki chef in Japan allowing this to happen. Shame really as the staff cares deeply and the food is good.