There's a set menu with juice and dessert or coffee, though you can also just have salad and get a beer on the side.
1 - 10 of 25 reviews
Last night we ate at this restaurant. We were surprised by the good wine (which was a tip of the host). We had a great night with good food.
A fantastic experience. The restaurant is situated nearby the castle in a small street. The interior is well thoughtover and very friendly. The owner, Dora, is a wonderful and very engaged person who is advising her guests perfectly. The service is perfect and the kitchen........More
Fun place to have a bite to eat. They serve traditional Portuguese food, but with a modern take on it. I really liked the croquettes!
The wine was disgusting and when i said it to the barman he gave me exactly the same disgusting wine. We took noodles and it was not tasty at all, i could have done it better at home, my wife took shrimps and they were...More
The night we arrived in Lisbon we popped into this restaurant for dinner. Unfortunately they were closing down the kitchen, but they offered to make us a salad and 2 ham and cheese sandwiches. Let me just say that they were the best ham and...More
We started off with the Gorgonzola stuffed mushrooms. Tasty but very liquidy... Then came the main course... My chicken was tasteless and overcooked. My boyfriend had the vegetarian pasta. It was a big bowl of overcooked noodles, barely any sauce and a tiny amount of...More
The owner was attentive and helpful. Since the temperatures where in the upper 90's, we asked for the soup of the day (carrot) to be served cold and it was. It was good. For lunch, we ordered the chicken asparagus salad thinking it was cold...More
Caprese salad and Gorgonzola stuffed mushrooms were quite tastey. I had the smoke chicken with fuselli ' the pasta was overdone and there was no sauce. My husband had the lamb, which had a very nice sauce but the lamb was well done. Overall the...More
We had the shrimp couscous, which was tasty and interesting, and the grilled codfish, which was very well-cooked. The portions were generous and the green wine refreshing. The street was quiet and the view was great. All in all, a pleasant experience, though slightly expensive...More