The restaurant Sushissimo is located in Cascais, near the train station and the village centre. It offers a fusion of many flavours based on the Japanese cuisine, particularly focusing on the chef Joel Mira’s colourful sushi. It opened in April 2012 replacing a restaurant called Saladíssima. Sushissimo’s name was inspired by the wordplay of the previous restaurant. The restaurant is cosy and modern, with large sofas that ensure total comfort. The typical diner, including Portuguese and tourists, arrives at the restaurant in search for originality and an efficient and friendly service.
The most popular dishes are the chefs combined, which include the traditional Japanese techniques and international influences for the ingredients. The most popular dish which is considered their speciality is the Sushissimo Ebi, a sushi roll. The wines offered are varied and can be purchased by the glass. Outside there is a small terrace where one can enjoy a meal on a warmer day and where one can smoke. Inside the restaurant, smoking is not permitted. From Thursday to Saturday, the restaurant closes at 2 a.m. allowing for late diners and longer dinners.