The Japanese fine dining concept arrives at VILA VITA Parc through the new restaurant Mizu

The new Japanese restaurant Mizu at VILA VITA Parc Resort & Spa, in Porches, Algarve, will be officially opening its doors on 23 February.

With a Zen and relaxed atmosphere, stylish contemporary décor inspired by Japanese culture and tradition, top quality ingredients, innovative culinary techniques and a privileged view over the Atlantic Ocean, Mizu intends to establish itself as one of the finest Japanese restaurants in Portugal.

The best of Japanese gastronomy can be experienced at Mizu in two completely distinct ways. For those looking for a more intimate and interactive experience, Mizu’s Teppanyaki, which seats up to 10 people and offers a set menu composed of 6 different courses, allows for a direct contact with the Chef’s skills. With a wider choice, the à la carte menu offers a selection of exceptional dishes such as Alaskan Black Cod with Miso Saikyo or Scallop Skewers with Yuzu Kosho, made on the Algarve’s first Robata Grill, fuelled with white Japanese Binchontan charcoal for deeper flavours and a healthier cooking method without smoke emissions.  The menu showcases the top-notch ingredients including the freshest local catches of the day, like wild grouper, golden bream, horse mackerel, sea bream and flounder.

Dishes such as Hirame no Usuzukuri (a rare flounder carpaccio with citric Ponzu sauce), desserts such as Coconut Namelaka with Yuzu gel and basil and Calpis Sorbet, and a homemade Wasabi grated on shark skin at the table, are some of the delightful culinary highlights.

The carefully-curated menu is accompanied by an outstanding selection of beverages with more than 20 different types of Premium and Super Premium Japanese Sakés, from sparkling to sweet, cold or warm.

Mizu restaurant has capacity for up to 70 diners and is open from Thursday to Monday from 7pm to 10pm.

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