Small and cozy place right next to city centre, hidden, but worth a visit. Simple yet amazing blend of African and Portuguese food, not to miss while in Lisbon
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We were staying nearby and wanted a simple meal. My husband's sardines were beautifully cooked and enough for two. I asked for a recommendation from our server and got the very substantial Cachupa - stew with beans and meat - enough for 3! We shared...More
Small and very cheap (for center of Lisbon) restaurant. Cost for dinner for couple with 0.5 l of house wine is about 15-17 euro. Polite staff with love to guests. Food is excellent for such price.
It took ages to find because we don't speak Portuguese however after perservarence we manage to find little gem. This restaurant cooks fresh food from scratch and it's just delicious. Please do try the fish cakes they are to die for. I had the pork...More
Great food. Great service. Great prices. We stumbled upon this gem on a rainy Sunday night when we came to find our desired restaurant was closed. This restaurant reminds you why you travel. It was warm, authentic and felt like you were invited into someone's...More
The food was really great and the prices were extremely affordable (1€ for appetizers, 7-9€ for large main dishes). It was all homemade African food. I took off a star because after we had been there for about 10 minutes and ordered, a man who...More
This restaurant is small but the dishes are very good for a very good price. The menu offers many African specialties. The plates are large. There is a small selection of different wines.