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The food ir very good, tried plates of meat, fish and even vegetarian and all of them were very good. You can have the menu, which is the most common thing to do. At lunch time there are a lot of people but the service...More
Just arrived in Lisbon & was looking forward to try their delicious cuisine. Only to pick the wrong one. First, the menu doesn’t have English version, setting was like a canteen in school ( like what my son said) but what the heck I can...More
Usually busy during lunch on weekdays, they have new menu everyday and vegetarian option.
Cheapest lunch menu is around 6€ and the next option includes soup/dessert and drink for 7.50€.
Follow them on FB because they post the daily menu and even take pictures.
Nice place for lunch. The problem is that quite busy due to a lot office closed by. Anyway, local food and quality is fine.Very cheap.
Date of visit: January 2017
Thank Claudio B
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