The network reconfiguration for service restoration in distribution systems is a combinatorial complex optimization problem that usually involves multiple non-linear constraints and objectives functions. For large networks, no exact algorithm has found adequate restoration plans in real-time, on the other hand, Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithms (MOEA) using the Node-depth enconding (MEAN) is able to efficiently generate adequate restorations plans for relatively large distribution systems. An MOEA for the restoration problem should provide restoration plans that satisfy the constraints and reduce the number of switching operations in situations of one fault. For diversity of real-world networks, those goals are met by improving the capacity of the MEAN to explore both the search and objective spaces. This paper proposes a new method called MEA2N with Strength Pareto table (MEA2N-STR) properly designed to restore a feeder fault in networks with significant different bus sizes: 3 860 and 15 440. The metrics
, Hypervolume and
-indicators were used to measure the quality of the obtained fronts.