We felt we had to visit this place as it was mentioned in the guide book but it really wasn't worth it. We had to queue to get in, the service was really slow and it was the worst meal we have had in Portugal....More
1 - 10 of 6,517 reviews
A must visit in Porto. Sometimes have to queue but well worth the wait. Personal waiter service, excellent decor to sit and enjoy a coffee, main meal or just a delicious ice cream. A truly memorable experience.
The best known tea shop in Porto has a well deserved reputation as one of the grandest and most elegant eateries in town, something demonstrated by the queue we found ourselves in as we arrived for an early lunch. It didn't take too long for...More
The most beautiful cafe shop in Porto. They have a lot of seats so that you don't need to wait a lot of time, they also have many kind of tea, all of them are good and delicious, especially their tasty "Natas" although the nata...More
We stopped in at the cafe for a quick coffee on our guided tour of Porto. I don't drink coffee so all I had was water, but the building is beautiful and well-preserved inside.
We went for lunch at 2 pm as the place was quieting down. We had to ask for menus, then waited 10 minutes to order. Our neighbours ordered after us, received drinks right away, then food... And we still waited. We left after 30 minutes...More
Well behaved queues waiting for a table in the inner room goes very quickly... wait staff with menus and ordering all very quick! Ample opportunity to take plenty of snaps of a grand old room. Great leather benches wonderfully carved timberwork and moulded plaster. The...More
This place is completely over-rated. If there's a line outside, I honestly wouldn't bother. We had french toast and a coffee and the price was astronomical compared to what we could have got in a gorgeous bakery across the street. Granted, there is an old-world...More