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4.5 based on 497 reviews
At lunch we didn't have much time to spare, but still the efficiency of the staff managed to fit a quality meal in a relaxed environment in just the time we had. Definitively recommended for the food, atmosphere and staff.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Friendly familiy-atmoshpere. The vaitor is gladly willing to translate the whole menu if needed. I go for a coconut-based chicken-dish. Chicken in sauce with rice. Efficient and very welcoming service. House´s white-wine. A gatering in the restaurant is making lovely noise with laughter and talking. Served bread, olives and a sliced sausage by default. I skip the olives only. Nice starter with three different marmelade-thingies on the side. Main-cource reminds me of standard asian curry-dishes and the like, and tastes great! Comes with extra spice for flavour and added texture if wanted. Godd amount of food. Gets me full after a day with four hours tennis. Dessert I go for Mango-mouse wich is facinatingly good. Love it!
4.5 based on 277 reviews
This restaurant is a gem. Highly attentive staff review the menu with you bringing a drinks trolley to your table followed by the selection of fresh fish brought out for you to select the finest fish to be cooked. Fresh lobster and crab live in a huge tank ready to be chosen.
The food is superb we had chateaubriand for two which was very tender but also cold as we were with a larger group and presumably they waited for all meals to be ready before bringing them to the table.
The food was served at the table by several attentive waiters.
The view, the ambience and the staff were superb. Pricey, but you get what you pay for. A great place for a special occassion.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
AN incredible good food,very tasty,fresh and noble fish, gambas, in a beautiful place.
Elegant and friendly I loved everything I ordered.
Thank You very much
Je recommande ce restaurant à toute personne qui aime le raffinement d'une bonne table. Le homard est succulent. Le turbot aussi.
4 based on 76 reviews
This is a restaurant that I go often! The service is attentive and friendly. The decoration is interesting with the big ovens and it is a calm restaurant. The food is delicious -> try the roasted pork or the duck stuffed with prunes (this last one only on Saturdays)! The desserts are also nice: "Farofias" are a must and the cottage cheese with pumpkin jam is also very good!
4 based on 140 reviews
"Uma experiencia gastronomica em ambiente unico e relaxante." O primeiro Restaurante Caseiro esta situado no Arneiro, churrasqueira, proximo de Carcavelos, abriu em 2010. Depois surgiu o Restaurante Caseiro Praia, em 2012, perto da Praia de Carcavelos. Ambos Reconhecidos por um diversificado menu dentro da cozinha tradicional portuguesa, destaca sabores de excelencia que vao desde grelhados no carvao ao marisco fresco.
This restaurant was recommended to us by the front desk staff at our hotel and we were not disappointed. It's located near office parks around the Porto Salvo area of western Lisbon - I'm glad we took a cab. The three of us arrived at about 8:00pm on a Sunday evening. We were prompty greeted at the door, and shown to a table. The dining area was decorated in a modern motif, clean and neat; about 40% of the tables were occupied Our dinner consisted of a fish soup (which was delicious and a meal in itself) as the only appitizer, a perfectly cooked (medium rare) broiled beef steak, a seafood brochette (served vertically hanging from a stand) and grilled stuffed sea bass. The main dishes and the sides were all delicious and attractively presented. The portions were large; the Waitstaff was attentive, friendly and helpful. I recall our waiter took the time to describe the specials of the day in detail in English and did a good job. We had dessert ( choclate cake and a flan pudding) and coffee at the end of the meal. I was pleasently surprised when I learned the tab was only 92euros, which included bottles of water and a carafe of wine. When I returned home I learned that this restaurant is one of two restaurants with the same name and from the same company doing business in the area, I highly recommend this restaurant (on Largo do Chafariz) to anyone who is in the western surburbs of Lisbon, and is looking for a quality meal served by professionals. I look forward to returning and visiting their other location along the seacoast.
4 based on 131 reviews
If you are looking for a place full of frills and 5 star service etc, read no further. This review is reserved for those seeking authentic cuisine.
As you enter, and see tables full of locals, you might initially feel that you have chosen well but you're the odd one out. Ok, maybe there is a little truth there but that's part of the character of this restaurant.
Simple paper table cloths, old fashioned decor, I liked this place as soon as I opened the door.
A rough translation of the menu has been made in English and French (so I'm not the 1st non-Portuguese to enter this restaurant).
The waiter apologised for not speaking good English (I wish my Portuguese was anywhere as good as his English!).
The food (A few tapas as a starter and I went for the baccalau à bras for a main whilst my wife took the bream) and house wine were excellent.
I sampled the house desert, "Espera Marito" ... delicious!
The prices are very reasonable.
I hope that this place stays the way it is.
4 based on 145 reviews
Great Portuguese food. The patio in the back is perfect during warm summer evenings. The ingredients are of quality, well prepared. The alheira was great but the fried "tempura" style green beans are a must have! Service is friendly, fast and prices will have you come back for more!
4 based on 80 reviews
Two of us with healthy appetites left well satisfied. The clams we wanted for a starter we not available but we had a good dressed crab instead. The main course was a perfectly grilled garoupa, with well presented vegetables. Service was friendly and attentive. The restaurant is nicely decorated in a simple, traditional way and there is a pleasant Terrace outside, which suffers some noise from the road
4 based on 88 reviews
I found this place by accident while wandering around the old part of Oeiras. This is an old fashioned, traditional restaurant that does the standard Portuguese dishes very well. Over multiple visits in the past year they have been consistently excellent. The lunch time is usually quite busy, and I recommend going early.
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