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“Very particular nice atmosphere and good food and wine”

Enoteca Chafariz do Vinho
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Ranked #550 of 4,411 Restaurants in Lisbon
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Special occasions, Local cuisine, Romantic
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Description: In an amazing eighteenth century stone setting, a selection of the best wines by one of Portugal's top wine writers. Food and wine matching. Four tasting menus (Menus Degustation). Wine tastings. Groups welcome.
Reviewed June 11, 2013

Being wine lovers, we looked for 'enoteca's' in Lisbon, of which this is one. This place was a bit hard to find (the door seemed to be closed), but it was really worth it to come here. The staff knows their wines and the food is very nice. If you like wine and food combinations, they have a tasting menu with which you can try many different wines. The price is good as well, and we would gladly come back here when in Lisbon again.

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Reviewed June 2, 2013

Here's the 1,2,3s...

1. A wine bar/restaurant in an old well-head aqueduct!!??? Very cool!

2. Waitress was VERY excellent in explaining the different Portuguese wines and brought all bottles to the table for viewing. We tried 8 different wines. They offer an excellent wine flight that allows you to try many different wines.

3. They have some small plates of food, which were good too (not outstanding, but good for price/value of what you get and tasty).

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Thank Pack-Less
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Reviewed May 29, 2013

We were recommended this place by a Portuguese friend and were not disappointed. This building is an old cistern and they have remodeled the restaurant around it. The decor is really fun and funky. Our waitress was fantastic! She was quite busy but she was very attentive and recommend different wines to accompany our food. She was very helpful and gave me great vegetarian recommendations. The food was great and so was the wine/cava! We really enjoyed our last evening in Lisbon here and at the end of the meal we were even given a complimentary dessert! I would definitely recommend this restaurant for anyone looking for wine and tapas or small dishes!

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Thank travelingtalia
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Reviewed May 13, 2013

We stopped here for some wine after our great dinner, and we did not get disappointed.
We hade the great possibility to have the wine tasting with four different wines for 15€/pers, from among those sold by the glass. But because we both ordered the tasting, the waitress asked if we would like to taste 8 different wines! Fantastic...we had a wonderful end to a great day here.
It is a little hard to find, but we are so glad we did!

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Thank ToPi03
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Reviewed May 7, 2013 via mobile

The building is amazing and a truly unique spot to eat and drink. Sadly let down by what I can only describe after 5 days in Lisbon as typical Portuguese service - slow, haphazard but friendly. We knew little about Portuguese wines and we were sadly not helped by either of the 2 female staff. Our food arrived before our wine and although the wine was excellent, our salt cod choice was forgotten and the food was tepid and some of it cold. This may have been due to the chilly ambient temperature in the aqueduct - I know it's an aqueduct but we had to keep our coats and scarves on to keep warm. The food was OK, had worse but cold polenta is really not pleasant. Worth a trip if only for a glass of wine and to admire the architecture.

Top tip - wrap up warm when visiting.

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Thank CheshireCheese11
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