Corroios is a civil parish in the municipality of Seixal in the district of Setúbal, Portugal. It is part of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. The population in 2011 was 47,661, in an area of 17.11 km². Corroios remains as the second most populous town in Portugal, after Algueirão-Mem Martins (note: this ranking includes only vilas [towns] and excludes cidades [cities]). The town is located on the south side of the Tagus River, opposite Lisbon, the capital of Portugal.
4 based on 883 reviews
We went here on an Saturday to enjoy the lunch. The ride with the boat from Cais do Sodré is nice and convenient. The restaurant is about ten minutes walking. They have a nice Terrace, which was full when we arrived (without reservation). We choose to sit inside and ordered the monk fish stew. The portion was huge and the fish delicious. Definitely recommended!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Praise there is aplenty for Come Prima, one of Lisbon���s best-loved traditional Italian restaurants. Being a bit tucked away on Rua Olival, an easy walk from the romantic Tapada das Necessidades Gardens, is part of the restaurant���s considerable charm. A reassuringly cosy atmosphere, lovely lighting, wooden tables and chairs and friendly staff - Come Prima hits all the right notes. Expect wonderfully simple Italian classics - tomato soup to tiramisu - freshly prepared with skill and care. Some diners have said the pasta and pizza are the best they���ve ever had. What���s certain is Come Prima hand-make their pasta fresh, and bake their pizzas to perfection in a wood-fired oven. Nice wine list, too. Ask for a table upstairs where it���s cosiest.
Very nice even if you come alone. Full house and at least three tables were solo/one only, which makes you feel normal in a restaurant in Portugal which are used to groups. Waiters are ok. Should care more about those alone making suggestions but overall they are very efficient. I went for the house speciality - the starter Funghi Ripieni not brilliant so choose something else, but the burrata & tartufo nero pizza was excellent ... be ready for a saucy pizza (the cheese is very “melty”). Wine by glass is not that good option. If you come by your self try porto Tonic instead or go for the beer. Kids love pizza but I would not recommend this restaurant.. They offered Limoncello at the end... Wow... makes a difference. #byHPink
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Deli, tea house, artisanal ice cream, selection of regional, traditional and high quality foods mainly from Portugal but also from the rest of the world, Portuguese Regional Souvenirs. We offer a large choice of pastries, top quality tea, a selection of honey and preserves, olives, gourmet oils and vinegars, Belgian chocolates, regional and traditional biscuits, wines and liquors, cheeses and pates and also fresh and hand-made cakes.
I visited La Bombonera every day from 30 Jul to 27 Aug 2016. I was staying nearby and was looking for a gourmet style cafe for a relaxing drink of herbal tea, and high quality pastries and cakes to refresh myself before heading out for...MoreDear Jonathan, Thank you very much for your comments and for taking the time to share your experience at La Bombonera! We really appreciate your feedback. We hope to see you again next summer! Margarida Duarte
4 based on 256 reviews
Really typical place trusted by locals because food is excellent and many different preparations are available.
Service is fast and efficient.
If you arrive at around 8pm be ready to wait a couple of minutes before a table is available but as turnover is important, it is never too long.
Easy parking on the municipal swimming pool Terrace just across the street.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
In the midle of nowhere, with surprise we find this restaurant with a very traditional menu which is prepared following the ancestral recepies. I've tried diferent dishes which were quite good. My suggestion goes to Migas. If you like this kind of food these are really good. Let the people advise you and try to meet the cook who is a gentleman .
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Very nice place, with a good atmosphere and very nice fresh fish. Excellent variety of choice in the dishes of the day, very well made and in generous portions.
4 based on 160 reviews
Man, this place was hard to find, but it's worth it!!...Don't let the location or curb appeal distract you from a visit here...everything we had to eat here was awesome...great service too, our server was polite and friendly....I had the cod special (Bacalhau Ferro) while my wife had pork (Lombinho Special)...cod was seal fried then baked...madalion pork was cooked and seasoned to perfection...across the river from Lisbon, this hidden gem is a must visit!
4.5 based on 427 reviews
Landeau Chocolate is a hip coffee shop in Lisbon offering two different locations one in LX Factory a startup business location located in the Alcantara district away from the city center and another shop right in the heart of the Chiado District off Rua do Alecrim. The decor is barn casual. The LX factory being furnished with vintage furniture offering casual Seating. The vibe there is definitely chocolate and if you are a chocolate lover this is most definitely a place to go. Their chocolate cake made of three different layers of chocolate cake cooked differently is one of the fluffiest texture that you can put in your mouth, melting away on your palate leaving a wonderful bittersweet taste, perfect blend against all those over sugary chocolate cakes you find elsewhere. Their coffee is also very good and different roast and blend from other places. They also offer a wide selection of home made blended tea. Most definitely worth visiting. Quality wise it is one of the best tea coffee shops in Lisbon, price wise is unfortunately on the expensive side closer to any store in Paris, Milan, London or Frankfurt.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
Cozinha japonesa tradicional e de fusao.
I liked the sushi here, there are a lot of different choices, the sangria is also very good. The restaurant has a good environment, and also a balcony. I is a bit pricey though. But it's worth a visit !
4.5 based on 330 reviews
In a calm neighbourhood we find a truly quality place to eat fish. The flavours are simple and the produce are fresh and from the portuguese shore. A nice service with a friendly smile turns this visit into a good experience. Warning: the desserts are great!
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