We were there for dinner with friends. The foos is just amazing!! It is a also good place if you want to share food and try different things. The menu is very varied and there are vegeterian plates. The staff is very kind and always...More
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Great place to enjoy Nepalese food, spicy as you want, gluten free options, nice service, credit card... they recommended us the wine as it is one of the best, and cheapest, I have tried in Portugal (Papa Figos Douro 2015).
We arrived without a reservation and with less than half an hour before closing time but were warmly received. This restaurant has bags of character and not just in the decor, the staff make this place. The food is fresh, flavoursome and cooked to perfection...More
I love this restaurant and have dined there twice. Set in a calm street, the restaurant, once you go inside, is bursting with atmosphere - colourful, traditional decorations, traditionally-dressed waiters and waitresses, and the most divine aromas of all the dishes being prepared and served....More
It was my first time going to a Nepal 🇳🇵 restaurant. The environment is great, it seems you are outside of Lisbon. The dishes are very spicy but really good. We try the degustation menu, boar and spicy chicken. Everything was great, however be careful...More
The food was very tasty free starters dimsum and potato cutlet very tasty chutneys, sauces kind servers recommended me a ginger tea for my sore throat the servers and the managers go out of the way to make you feel at home food was excellent...More
We stayed at the Açores Hotel, close to the Gulbenkian Museum and Theater. Walking along the street you can only see the letters on the building... coming in is like entering a different world... clean and simple... small tables, it’s better to make reservations, because...More