Amazingly nostalgic and charmful cafe, like a quick visit by a time machine! Sweet pastries and surprisingly cheap prices.
Pastelaria Sala de Cha Versailles is an originally decorated place where you can have your delights both at the counter or served at your table. Staff is very friendly and service is quick. Carefull, the GPS location is on the wrong location.
This is a very antique and pretty cake shop/lunch restaurant. The service is not that nice, as they're used to that same old clientele, but it's ok. I come here for one reason along, a cake named Baba! Fluffy pastry soaked in liquor and topped with whipped cream. A delight!
tea room in Lisbon. Classic building, in the second important avenue of the city. Take the metro (blue and yellow line - Saldanha's station). The toast is great. A tea or a black coffee. Not for lunch, or a "international breakfast". The mirrows are so beautiful! Polite customers. Very good service. An elegant program, for elegants persons, as you...Eat with... More
Breakfast is not a big priority in Portugal as it is in many Anglo Saxon countries. We wanted to like this place and were looking forward to a great breakfast. The room is bustling, with a somewhat hectic frenzy combining a deli style counter and table service with waiters. We had to work around an elderly woman who insisted on... More
Had lunch here as the place was packed inside on a Friday lunchtime. We ordered cod croquets, meat croquets and a salada rusa. It was very disappointing. The salad had no flavour. The meat croquet had too much beef flavour , and the cod croquets were bland and chewy. Maybe we just made a poor choice as there seemed to... More
Old school pastry shop with a lovely large display. You can tell a server what you want, then sit down and they will bring it to you (very quickly). The Pastel de Nata was fantastic. Espresso equally as good. Well-priced, fast service. Easy walk from the Sheraton. We saw other tables having sandwiches and french fries, but only had pastries.... More
During a ride on one of the red hop on hop off busses we saw this place and thought wow but it must be expensive. We got off the bus then as we passed on foot we saw friends inside who beckoned us to come in. I am glad we did as the large selection of cakes were clearly fresh... More
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