This little place serves inexpensive meals . Fish plates are under 8 euro. Beware they will try to serve many items you didn't order . Send them back if you don't want them .it was very crowded too. Waiter will tell you the tip isn't...More
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Lunch, the service took far too long - for a grilled squid dish. The squid itself was nice although contained an odd piece of plastic in it, looked like packaging. I chose not to eat that.
Good meal - would recommend the grilled prawns, very tasty. Excellent selection of wines at very reasonable prices. No rush here, everything just takes as long as it takes.
The sea food in this restaurant is excellent. Fresh fish are cooked simply to perfection. The staff were very jolly and friendly. We had many laughs. An elderly local wondered in selling lottery tickets and burst into a rendition of a traditional song. The wines...More
This restaurant is right off Rossio and the Rua dos Sapateiros is popular with tourists flocking out of there, or not wanting to climb the hills up into Chiado. It is fairly tightly seated and is very 'cozy' if it gets 'slammed' as it did...More
Given the amount of bad, tourist-oriented restaurants in Downtown Lisbon, this place is a finding! Whenever I have friends from abroad visiting I come here with them. Foid is good, the waiters are nice, and the price is fair. Just don't come here in a...More
The fish looked good, the place was crowded with locals... had to be good...and it was. Nicest experience of fish and drama with waiter in Lisbon..superb. Felt like we were old friends on second visit, warnth, skills and cooking excellence...a wonderful experience.
When walking around Lisbon, doing a little exploring we went down a side street that contained a number of restaurants. All seemed busy with locals having lunch and we came across Adega da Mo which seemed the busiest of all. As luck would have it...More
Staying in Lisbon and wanted some where to eat which just wasn't run of the mill type restaurant.After running the gauntlet of the guys trying to drag you into their restaurants along the Rua corriousos (a real pain)We stumbled on this haven.From a warm friendly...More