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From the splendid garden and its cafe-kiosk to its restaurants, Príncipe Real is more than worthy of a visit and it won't let you down: its attractions include "Pavilhão Chinês" (one of the more eccentric interior designs you'll ever see), museums and a fantastic botanical garden. It's also a commercial neighborhood, and you can visit a renovated Palace, home of the Embaixada (embassy) trendy shopping center with its cafes, art galleries and luxury shops... and even if you don't buy anything, take a look inside just for its marvellous interiors. On top of this, Príncipe Real offers a variety of places to eat: if you're in a hurry, drop by "Pizza a Pezzi"; and if you're not, taste the delicious Honorato hamburgers, Argentinian cuisine at La Paparrucha and also great, delicious Portuguese food at Tascardoso!
Zaratan is an artist run space (as i´ve been told by the people there), where the artists run and programme the several spaces that exist in the villa. One concert space with the dirt floor from the XVII century were i felt history at my feet, a sunny secluded patio, a shop with a lot of gems of artist books,...
Came across this this lovely wine bar / restaurant by accident when on our way back to our hotel and stopped in to have a drink. We found a very warm welcome, a charming room, genial hosts, relaxed atmosphere and great wine at very reasonable prices, even some delicious complementary tapas, although we had already eaten elsewhere. Several hours and...
Joining the Summer Course offered by Portuguese Connection was the best decision I've made in a long time. From the moment I contacted the school, I was welcomed and well informed. Any question I had, from accommodations to laundry, prior to committing was happily, accurately and promptly answered.The enrollment process was absolutely seamless and so was the Portuguese language learning...
"Was traveling for a month- favorite bar entire trip"
reviewed 10 July 2018 by Sam L
Not for kids.
Not for grouchy people about 50.
Best bar. Ever.
Art nouveau at it's hay day is this bar. It's something out of a dream, where everyone is handsome and beautiful and mysterious- but not in a WASPY way. In a Midnight in Paris kind of way.
We Started in Lisbon, went to Porto, was in Barcelona, the...
This is one of the best cocktail bars in Lisbon - really fancy and artful cocktails of even greater taste. The Barkeeper are very friendly and it’s nice to sit on the bar, watching them mixing the cocktails.
Authentic Portuguese food in a rustic setting. Very friendly server and affordable prices. Everything we ate was delicious! One of our most unique dining experiences in the city. Would definitely recommend! Call ahead to reserve your table.
We had no reservations but was still accommodated (with smiles) and given seats at the bar (since the restaurant is full). Great F&B, ambiance, and staff.
We loved the Cone de Sapateira and Zazah iced tea. The Vazia Grelhada was nice, but was overpriced for EUR 22 (it’s just a grilled and sliced matured sirloin with mayo on the side....
I can only confirm the excellent reviews. Came here 1 week ago with my wife. We were impressed by the personal kindness/interest of the owner. Food and coffee are amazing. Last but not LEAST, the culture is offered by way of great music collection. Hence, I returned quickly and will do so again. Thank you, Petit Prince!
One of our best meals in Lisbon was the takeout from this tiny place. We got an entire cut up chicken with rice, hot homemade chips, and salad. Absolutely delicious, but be prepared to wait a bit; this is not fast food. Inexpensive too.