We had a really nice dinner here on our second night. Lovely food and service. Only thing was it was quite quiet and there wasn't a buzzing atmosphere as it's a little out of the centre.
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First time in, made the horrible mistake of having a option. Portabella mushroom app was bland, great presentation but fell short. As soon as I said something no service other than the bare minimum no second drink basically given the minimal amount of service to...More
Dear guest, Thank you so much for your feedback. We will take measures in order to find the issue and an effective solution. Promise it will not happen again! Hope to see you soon! Yours sincerely, Pedro
We had received a recommendation to visit La Tattoria in Lisbon, so after a long day of walking around in wind, we finally reached the restaurant. First of all, the staff was very attentive and accommodating for the 10 of us. All of us were...More
Out one evening looking to get a bite to eat and spotted this restaurant. Really did not look like much from the outside but when you got inside, it is fab. Fantastic choice on the menu - Went for the Calzone - yummmmm. Very reasonably...More
Came here on the first night of our stay. Nice decor, OK service but food is just average. My wife's aubergine based start had not been cooked enough and my seafood risotto was heavy and cloying, I can do better myself....
We were walking along the street trying to find a lunch spot. Spied this place and in we went...two of us enjoyed huge burgers with fries. We had to ask for the ketchup...Americans have a love affair with ketchup on their fries... The other two,of...More
People eat late in Lisbon but waiting to go to La Trattoria was worth it. We had a great dinner, a bottle of wine and nibbles for 43 euros. The wine was a Portuguese syrah called Marufa. William, our waiter, was charming and very helpful...More