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Knowledgeable, friendly, and unpretentious staff. A perfect place to sample wine by the glass. The port flight was great and included 6 tastings, with detailed explanations about what we were getting. The charcuterie was also excellent.
We stopped for a glass of wine after a long day of walking Lisbon’s hills. We were hoping for a nice glass of wine, which we did receive, any got a wonderful experience. Our server, Miguel, asked us our wine preferences and price range. He...More
Our tennis group celebrated end of season 4 Friday night and had a fantastic time. Chafariz do Vinho is about the wine and we enjoyed (among 9 of us) 2 bottles of Borba Rose Espumantes, a magnum of Fagote White wine 2005 from Douro, 2...More
At Chafariz do Vinho (literally Spring of Wine) you can find a very wide selection of Portuguese wines and taste a few starters and snacks. Portuguese varieties of cheese and sausage are the most common snacks available. ITo pay a visit to this restaurant is...More
We visited this wine bar on our first night in Lisbon and it was a wonderful welcome to the city and a great intro to Portuguese wines. Our server was the wine buyer and was very knowledgeable. He asked us about our tastes in wine...More
We had a really special evening here, the staff are all wonderful and gave us loads of information about the wines - you can taste two or three glasses before choosing. Very nice wine and port all by the glass and the food was great,...More
We found this after getting a recommendation. We had several beautiful Portuguese wines and a plate of cheese, bread, ham, ham and olives. The staff were attentive and incredibly knowledgeable about wines, an absolute must for a visit to Lisboa
We found Chafariz at the recommendation of our local host. It is off the track a bit, but well worth visiting. Staff are friendly and welcoming, wine list is extensive, food is great. Our waiter spent time with us choosing the right wine, and gave...More
Incredible wines in an awesome place !
All wines were very good, the waiters gave good advices to discover the portuguese wines!
Also they give Nice food for free in the same time you try your wines and thats rare in lisboa, no trap, just...More
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So sorry I didn't respond earlier. We didn't book, but we did hang around till it opened for lunch. It was very quiet the day were were there but its very small so could fill up easily I guess. If we were going again I think... More
So sorry I didn't respond earlier. We didn't book, but we did hang around till it opened for lunch. It was very quiet the day were were there but its very small so could fill up easily I guess. If we were going again I think we'd try to book to make sure.