Kappo means “to slice and cook”, a Japanese elite traditional culinary style similar to kaiseki albeit less formal. Here, customers and chefs sit face to face, with just the counter between them. It’s this mutual interaction that makes the culinary experiences of Kappo cuisine memorable.
As in Japan, at KAPPO in Cascais, everything happens around the counter. From there, all the movements of a perfect choreography are on display, and every detail matters.
On this side, there are rigour, precision and attention to detail. On the other side, all the five senses are tingled, and everything becomes perfect, unforgettable, and turns into a long-lasting memory.