Our first and best meal in Lisbon. It has a quirky, easy to miss entrance where you have to ring a bell for entry. The place itself is very old-fashioned but the food itself is phenomenal. The steak with cream sauce is the dish you...More
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We had lunch here at the pop up version of Sao Bento at the time out market and enjoyed a lovely lunch. Wine was great and the mezze style food we snacked on was tasty and leaving us wanting more. Staff were really interactive and...More
The restaurant is quite small, so I would recommend to get a reservation. Friendly and welcoming staff, very professional. The food was great, I had the fillet mignon, and it was cooked to perfection. We also enjoyed some of the local wines, recommended by the...More
A dinner with several friends began with a knock on the restaurant's front door and a quick visual check by the waiter. The place reminds one of the old, established steak houses you might find in San Francisco, Chicago or Manhattan. Deceptively smaill, the room...More
After I saw its branch at the "Timeout Market," I thought of going to the main restaurant near the Parliament. So, I did. Once I entered the restaurant (I had to ring the bell to get inside!), the place looked like a "bar" or a...More
We had nowhere booked for one evening and so we reserved at Safe de Sao Bento after reading a blog online. I loved that you had to ring a bell to gain entry and the decor was like that from a Godfather mafia club. The...More
Great food, impeccable service, and reasonable (but not cheap) pricing. Small and inviting, we were seated without reservations. We both had the filet, Dinner for two with two glasses of wine was ~$90.