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We’ve been coming to Lisboa for many years so every time we get a suggestion we do our utmost to try that restaurant.
This way we discovered some great places but also had some big disappointments.
O Cardoso do Estrela de Ouro is the real...More
Ill preface by saying that I have a very soft spot for this place. I've been coming here since I was 6.
Here's what you get:
Simple traditional Portuguese family food.
It's not fancy in any way shape or form, and it doesn't need to...More
Big in flavor, excellent in service, in a tiny area though. In a constrained area like that, the maybe 10 tables are disposed very close to each other, so you feel like having dinner with the other guests. It is a cozy environment of course,...More
Maybe we were here on an off night, but our food was not good nor well prepared. The restaurant was near our apartment and one of few choices open on our last night in Portugal. The room is small but had only one other table...More
Very nice lunch with a real local touch. No rhyme intended.
The food was great, fresh and perfectly cooked with traditional mediterranean spices and way cheaper then we expected. The owner is really nice and friendly. We even got a selfie with him to remember...More
A really amazing local restaurant. Only fresh local ingredients and made like the local mama would. Daily menu, cheap and simple. Perfect. No other language than Portuguese, but don't worry - it's alright. Expect 10-12€ per person. With wine.
Open monday to friday for lunch and dinner closes about 21:30) and for lunch only on saturday.
This is a very simple basic local restaurant that provides food of top notch quality. Seating only about 22, it is favoured by a regular clientele of locals...More
Date of visit: September 2015
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Graca & Sao Vicente
You can be thankful that most common travel guides don't mention Graça and São Vicente that often. Part of Lisbon's historic center and "Old Town", they feel like independent villages in the capital's center, and more untouched than Alfama. Amazing views, restaurants and parks, as well as important monuments like the S. Vicente Church and the National Pantheon, make this a spectacular option for those looking for a more
tranquil walk-around in the center of Lisbon. Graça has been the choice of many younger people over the past years, both nationals and expats, given the cozy feeling of the neighborhood and its hidden secrets.