Cheaper place. Normale spartan service. Price low and food ok. To go Only in case good restaurtant aRe full
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We were in Lisbon ever so briefly as a cruise port/destination, and a friend said that Rick Steves recommended Beira Gare as an excellent place to eat like a local on the cheap. Indeed! :D We got the famous bifana - a pork sandwich -...More
Came in for the bifana sandwich after hearing how great they are. Last night, I had nice wine, cheese platter and seafood risotto at a fancy restaurant. Tonight..bifana sandwich and Sagres! It was so delicious! This is a must when in Lisbon.
The best sardins in Lisbon! Deliciouse, served with salad and potatoes! Pleanty to eat! Have outside tables - much nicer than inside! Great, fast service. Friendly staff! Portions under 10 euros. On the boarder of the city center and downtown.
When you want to try a Bifana (Portuguese sandwich with pork steak) there is only one place to go: Café Beira Gare (that's what my Portuguese colleague told me and he was right). The Bifana fills you right up, so don't eat it as a...More
Called in here for a beer on our way back to our hotel on Rossio Square. Very popular for inexpensive bifanas (pork sandwiches) we just had a Sagres as we had already eaten. Lovely tile fresco of a station on one of the walls.
We were attracted by the pork buns in the front window. It looks delicious AND taste delicious for the price of €2.90. I would say it was a good value Consider locAted in the heart of Lisbon city! You can easily eat two if you...More
Many typical Portuguese dishes served here, frequented by locals who stand at the bar while having their food with a coffee or glass of wine
One evening we wanted a quick bite, but not a lot of food. I popped in the door and saw the place was jammed. I told them I wanted take away and moved over to the counter. In 2 minutes I had 2 bifana sandwiches...More
If there's 1 or 2 of you, stand at the counter and order a Bifana and a beer each. Then people watch... both the clientele and the staff. If you're a bigger group, get a table (but it's a little more expensive). Interesting railway scene...More