Beautiful atmosphere. Warm welcome. Very friendly staff. Delicious food. Nice wines. Very good value for the price.
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We chose Tavares from guide books and newspaper articles, which turned out to be sadly out of date. We bought into "Lisbon's oldest restaurant", "young Portuguese chef", " Michelin star", "baroque interior" and also being being close by we thought we had a winner. We...More
Visited the restaurant with my family in april 2017. The decor was impressive and very well preserved. Friendly staff. Food was only average. We took the "egg with truffle". Egg was ok; truffle... literally tree slices of truffle out a glass jar. Taken in account...More
Serving food since the 18 th Century is simply unique. The luxury architecture and the solicitude of the Maitre D'Hotel and of the waiters is simply amazing. Working with the best ingredients always fresh, this Restaurant is some kind forgotten by the new generation, however...More
We went to The Tavares for dinner, last December, 22. Some friends had given us mixed reviews about it and having tried to make a reservation for dinner at a previous trip and not succeeded, we made a reservation a long time before the date....More
The place was amazing! The deco was fabulous with lots of details and very classy. The waiters are very knowledgeable and recommended great wine pairing options. The prices were a little high but all worthed it!
We had Christmas Eve dinner here and enjoyed the fantastic service, food, and wine pairings. The staff was very attentive and did a great job of explaining each course of the fixed menu. Although it is a pretty restaurant with history, it is very overpriced.
Tavares Rico is called the most impressive restaurant of the world, and it's in part true. The dining room is richly and lavishly decorated in gold and is full of mirrors like a French or Russian palace. Service is exquisite and you feel really an...More