We ordered the pot of seafood rice for 2 people and it was fantastic! Reasonably priced authentic Portuguese food - booking Is essential! Worth a visit (or 2!)
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Everything we heard about this very small, family run, authentic restaurant in the heart of the city was accurate. The rice with seafood stew was out of this world. It is made for two and comes in a steel pot with a metal serving spoon. Also comes with delicious crunchy bread/ rolls and cheese and pâté. It's absolutely delicious. So... More
Uma is an old school Portuguese family owned and run restaurant. Be prepared for quirky but delicious food. Don't even think of going without reservations. Grandpa puts out the bread rolls and spreads (extra charge) and serves the drinks. Don't ask him any questions. The owner cooks the food and manages the flow of customers. The wife helps to serve... More
I was here twice, always at 6:30 pm to get a seat.The fresh made seafood rice is amazing for this price. The rice is not hard as some people mentioned here. Because you have to eat the seefood first, then the rice when the soup mixed with the rice. Of course there is no fantastic service, but what do you... More
I went to this restaurant two years ago, yet I still remember the good taste of the marisco! I would give 5 stars to the marisco, the quantity of the seafood are satisfying. My poor friend didn't like seafood, she only ate some rices. When we were there, the restaurant is full of Korean ppl.The waiter is an Portuguese who... More
There are around 15 items in the food menu, but like 100% guests ordered the seafood rice. One of the best seafood rice in Lisbon, very down to earth, nothing fancy. However, please dont expect any service. No reservation, no smile, no timely response, no english speaking waiter (ended up the chef came out helped us to get seats). Still... More
Found this hidden treasure through TripAdvisor... I would advise to come before 7pm as there will be a queue! The restaurant is small and only fits about 15 people ish. As you can see from the photos.. The shellfish rice pot is the restaurant's speciality which is 25euros it was amazing and totally worth it. Definitely enough for 2 people..... More
The only good thing of this restaurant is its awesome seafood rice. The best one I´ve ever tasted. I went with my partner, without reservation. We had to wait a while for an available table. The service was terrible, there is this old man who didn´t speak to us, he just asked "rice?" we said yes, that´s all. Despite the... More
Visited UMA after many recommendations however we were dissappointed by the food. It all tasted the same, no flavour at all. Regarding the old man at the front of the bar, I appreciate he's in his 70s therefore hearing might be difficult, he didnt talk at all to none of us just made noises that seem everything disturbed him. We... More
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