We flew from Paris for the st Anthony day fest . His kitchen is closed at five and all I could get was a ham sandwich No dressing or mayo. Pretty plain If you want sweets, he has plenty.
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We enjoyed our impromptu lunch on our first day in Lisboa. Service was pleasant, there was no English menu, but I pointed at the food my neighbor was having and had a nice tuna dish. Of course I had espresso with the meal. It may...More
This is very basic little restaurant around the corner from the Tivoli hotel and we went here for lunch. Everyone else seemed to be Portuguese and we liked that. The menu was fairly basic but well prepared, efficiently served and a good price. It isn't...More
Good location, staff helpful. The food was good to grab and go.Has a seating resteraunt and the take away standing counter as well.
good food and pastries, reasonable prices, popular with locals well worth dropping by, great coffee, restaurant with menu and the back café style at the front with a bakery/takeaway
After a long morning of walking this was a quick stop to get off our feet. The coffee was great and he egg tarts much better then the hotels. 10.50 euro for the 3 of us, tarts coffee and cokes.
We came here thinking to try out the local Portuguese egg tart and the staff was so nice and friendly teaching me the right way to savour the tart is to add cinnamon! And I would say is superb with the cinnamon. They also guide...More
Immediately after check in we needed a snack to get by before dinner. Staying at the Tivoli and they told us go out the front door and make a left then another left and half a block to the Picasso. Wise choice for lunch, people...More
What nice people. The night before we started going for breakfast, the manager was so kind to help me find chicken soup late in the night. Great pastries, lovely coffee. Fairly priced. It is also nice that many locals frequent Picasso.