Having tried some "gastronomic restaurants" in Lisbon, this restaurant near our hotel really surprised us with good quality food. Simple and good. Very nice terrace. Highly recommended.
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Super Chefe is a nice restaurant, students favorite, always crowded by parties and groups. Food is average but at good prices. Despite not being overwelming it is a good option for a budget meal.
This is one of the restaurants I like to go once a week, when I don't have the chance, at least every 15 days. Service is very good, owners are very friendly, food is good and economic. Nice pizzas, good meat and Italian food and...More
My usual meal here is a pizza (one from the varieties "Super Chefe", "Four Seasons", "Portuguesa", or "Napolitana") or lasagna, or sometimes the recommended meal of the day (e.g. "Bacalhau com natas" - codfish with milk cream, or "cordon-bleu"). Like to have it with a...More
If your hotel is around Saldanha, Super chef could be a good option. good value for money . What about the food? simple and tasty. I recommend have pizza. Pão de alho ( garlic bread) is very very tasty !! I always ask it :)
Fantastic food at cheap prices. This place is brilliant when having a limited budget. The food itself is of great quality but its the prices that are surprising with it being considerably cheaper that other places that serve similar food. A true gem.
This is a very old restaurant (it has more than 20 years) founded by a well known Portuguese chef, now deceased: Chefe Silva. The two first rooms are small and, at weekends, can get really crowded with large groups. The pizzas, hamburguers and crepes are...More
The food is ok. I took pizza which was different then the normal Italian pizza but good just the same. Prices are on the low side so anyone who's on a budget should try this restaurant.
We were looking for a place to have a quick bite and stopped in here because of the affordable menu. We ordered fish and chicken. the chicken was actually unedible and the fish was not only stale but had been fried in old oil that...More