You would never expect it from the outside but the inside has some beautiful and mesmerizing Neo-renaissance architecture from the late 17th century.
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I wouldn't have known about this place but for a tip from my hotel desk. When you find the door, just go in and up the stairs. They have an outdoor terrace where you step up to the counter, place your order and they'll bring...More
Although not far from Rossio Square it's a hidden gem unless you know it's there! Dined in the main restaurant. Tables are a little too close for my liking but the food was good & very reasonably priced. Very popular as it was full &...More
This is a a beautifully preserved palace. The lower level is Moorish style from the era it was occupied by the Moors. The upper level was kept in the Portuguese style and is beautifully preserved. There are great photo ops throughout the structure and they...More
We have only tried the snack bar at the front of the restaurant, but it is a very nice place with super service. Good place to sit and have a drink and a snack. We havent tried the restaurant itself but it looks stunning.
This is an amazing building to start with. Tiles, painted ceiling and walls and fab chandeliers. We spotted it outside and wandered in. We'd already eaten but they had a guitarist in a courtyard. Sat listening with a glass of wine (€1.10!) and a plate...More
We went one a walking tour of Lisbon back streets and were shown this surprise ! There was just a big door off the street and when we went through it ,up some steps we had an amazing sight of an old beautiful courtyard. There...More
I am not a foodie and my fish was so boney I swapped it with my husband for his stew. So I can't comment on the food! But even so, go and see the building with its wonderful traditional painted 'azulejo' tiles. If you enjoy...More
Good local food, great value. This is an old palace and great atmosphere. So much better than the cafes on the streets outside. Deceiving from the outside.