If you go to visit the museum of Portuguese times this is where you should go afterwards for lunch ! Very local but the food is just great , fish at its best .
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A busy, friendly restaurant, with a wide selection of fresh fish, cooked in a very traditional manner. Unfortunately the service was erratic and resulted in some dishes arriving cool, over cooked or not at all.
Recommended by taxi driver, this simple restaurant is about 5km east of Lisbon centre in the industrial port area. Packed with locals, the food was excellent. Superb fresh gambas for starters followed by grilled grouper and dourada with vegetables. All fresh and delicious. Worth the...More
Great bacalhau and meat, served in huge rations. I cannot comment on the price as I was invited, but the quality of the food was good. A lot of traditional options, including desserts. As a side note, they had a lot of TVs hanging from...More
Arrived early for lunch. Was greeted well and seated straight away even though lunch didn't start for another 20mins. Had bread, prosciutto, olives and wine to start. Ordered the cod, which it was famous for and the octopus and rice. Both meals were huge serves...More
Was there with my girlfriend and a friend. Although the cod looked very very nice, we went for meat. Both veal and the cabrito - we shared both - was extremely good. We ordered the "monte das servas" red wine, and it fitted very good....More
We stopped by since this place was close to the Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) and because of the supposedly great bacalhau. We ordered the bacalhau and sardines. Some parts of the bacalhau were tender and delicious but some parts were tough to chew,...More
Words are useless to describe this amazing codfish! It's absolutely fro another galaxy! Potatoes with skin are also delicious and don't peel it! Eels stew and beans "dobrada" are also fantastic. Desserts are magnificent and they are based on conventual recipes!