This has got 3 stars purely for the architecture & design. Food really poor. Service slow. Ambiance good. Would not rush back.
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Stopped in here because the outside was similar to a cafe I loved in Prague, however, the pastries are mass produced and the coffee is very....american. If you are in the square and need a rest, well I suppose, but for real coffee and food,...More
This is a beautiful cafe in the main shopping drag of Lisbon. You'll find that the walking tours include this place on their itinerary as it's famous for its old world decor and ambience. It's located in Avenida Infante Dom Henrique No: 334. Our group...More
Beautiful to look at cafe/bar with history and a real presence. We got a bit addicted to it. We popped in most nights at some stage of the evening for a coffee, glass of port, slice of cake, whatever took our fancy. Sometimes packed, sometimes...More
This is the famous spot where the intelligentsia once gathered also famous for the modern art on the walls. Now in the middle of the tourist mecca, quite nice.
This place candidates with success to win the prize for the worst service in my entire life...and we we're here twice! :) locals do see in A Brasileira an institution...I saw only poor service...the view is nice, watching all the people passing by...in the company...More
Not nearly enough staff here as there should be. The two girls serving were clearly stressed and seemingly annoyed at anything - even taking an order! I ordered an americano and a pastry, 1 hour later I asked where my order was. Then finally it...More
That's a joke, of course..... Fernando Pessoa, the brass man seated outside his favourite cafeteria, wrote under four completely different names as four completely different personalities! Anyway, your here for the coffee in one of Lisbon's iconic venues. Order a bica and un pastel de...More