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My wife and I were invited for a vegan lunch during our trip to Lisbon in late November. We were not disappointed. IT was awesome food. Preselected menu, booking done in advance by my friend Niko Neugerbauer. Strongly suggest going there.
Went here on a Tuesday. Everyday they have a different dish. I eat the tofu and drink a fresh juice it was really good. For desert I eat the sweet beetroot rice and it was delicious and amazing presentation. The staff was super friendly and...kind. Love it so much I want to go again.More
I’ve just called the restaurant to make a reservation for 2 at 13pm (they close at 16) and I was told it’s not possible anymore, because it’s too late? How can it be too late if it’s still 3 hours before closing? If you have...a table than reserve me a table, I don’t understand what’s the problem?!
I guess I will never know what the food in this restaurant is like. I was very put off by the person answering the phone (he didn’t even say sorry or anything like that) so probably will never attempt to call there again. Customer service is apparently something they’ve never heard of.More
We need more restaurants like this in Portugal. It's located right behind the Vasco da Gama Tower, in a recent building. The food is fresh, well thought out and tasty.
We called on our way to the restaurant and they kept two tasting plates for...us (a combination of the three daily dishes) which was a nice gesture, since they run out fast.
The restaurant's decor is casual and nonchalant. We took one of the two tables left free and ordered a juice and a mate tea to accompany our food.
The tasting plate had bean stew, beet burger and tofu in coconut curried sauce - 100% vegan. We knew it because we had checked the website before coming to the restaurant, otherwise we would be left to guess, since the waitress didn't explain what was on the plate.
They also do take out.More
Given its name, you might think they'd serve Vietnamese food. You would be wrong. But don't let that stop you. And given the lineups outside, it doesn't stop many.
This is a very good location for vegetarian and vegan food. The problem with vegetarian restaurant...listings on websites like TripAdvisor is that many vegetarians have such low standards for food quality that they are overly enthusiastic about a place that is merely palatable... just because they are elated that there are things on the menu they can eat.
Miss Saigon is the rare case where the food really is very good. Vegetarians who dislike food will probably give it 5 stars, but omnivores should feel comfortable giving it a solid 4.More
The food is unbelievble! Tasty, well combined.
However, the service is lousy: to book a table they allways have an arrogant posture ("let me see if it is still possible"). When we arrived, half of the tables were free.
The staff is not friendly, never...showing a smile and taking too long to serve the food.
Although the food is excellen the atmosphere energy kills the environment.More
Amazing food, excellent service and a very nice restaurant to have a quick but tasty and healthy lunch! Recommended for everyone who loves great veggie food! The staff is super-helpful and very attentive!
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This neighborhood was built up at the end of the 1990s mostly because of the Expo '98. The pavilions and structures that once were the home of all the Expo's attractions and exhibits are still culturally and artistically significant. In Parque das Nações you'll explore conference and concert pavilions, a shopping center, trendy restaurants and an enjoyable cable car ride you can't miss out on. On top of this, the
amazing Lisbon Oceanarium (one of the most spectacular things you'll ever see in the city) will take your breath away: its respect and will to preserve natural wildlife is uncanny. Easily accessible by metro, bus or taxi from the city center, Parque das Nações is highly recommended for anyone who'll spend more than 3 days in the Portuguese capital.