20 seconds from Hamacho station, (S10) exit A1 or 5 minutes from Ningyocho station (A14, H13) A2 exit.
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Party Menu
- All You Can Drink Plan
- English Menu
- Pet OK
- Kids Menu
- Online Booking
- Antiallergic food
Concept :Proudly adorned with a Portuguese flag in Tokyo’s Chuo district, Casa de Souza, opened only half a year ago, is anything but your typical new kid on the block: it is the first Macanese-style Portuguese restaurant in Japan. It is owned by two Macau-born gourmets who have made it their mission to change the image among Japanese of Portuguese cuisine being high-class by introducing authentic, affordable Portuguese dishes characteristic of Macanese staples.
Key Points :Both owners have also invested heavily in Portugal’s traditional red and green-tinted floral-themed interior decorations to create a relaxing setting for all, with a giant map-like artwork painted on tin-glazed wall tiles showing Portugal’s glorious maritime history.
Recommended Dishes :Customized to each guest’s unique palate using homegrown herbs and paired with fine Portuguese wines, several dishes served at Souza’s, notably Portuguese Duck Rice (¥1,980) and Garlic-flavored Shrimp in Beer and Butter Sauce (¥1,380), which perfectly meets the Japanese love of both beer and shrimp, have become favorites among local diners. In the Portuguese Duck Rice, the rice is boiled in duck-bone broth for 3 days before being fried with duck fat. Braised Pork Trotters (¥1,380) have also proven to be very popular with diners. The succulent Portuguese-African Chicken (¥2,080) is also a must as it goes amazingly well with bread.
- 2-33-5, Nihonbashihamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- 20 seconds from Hamacho station, (S10) exit A1 or 5 minutes from Ningyocho station (A14, H13) A2 exit.
- 03-6661-7838 (Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Mon-Fri: 11am-11pm (LO 10pm); Sat, Sun & Hol: 6pm-11pm (LO 9pm)
- Closed On:
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