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Snob has its MO. And good for them. However- for people who don’t enjoy expensive dinners while people blow cigarette smoke in your face... then don’t visit!
Here they love cigarette smokers more than they love paying customers. Sad - as my steak was ok....More
My wife and I enjoyed a nice late night dinner at this nice little hidden restaurant,
It was nice n calm in there not too busy and cozy.
The service was very good and the waiter was very nice over all I we enjoyed the...More
This curious, smoke-filled spot is not at all snobby; though, you need to press a doorbell to gain entrance. The interior feels like a faded old private club, with dim lighting and book-lined walls. There's a small bar in one corner; a kind, elderly gentleman...More
I can't rave about this place enough! What a great place that gives you a feel of old Lisbon.
Old music on the radio - I felt like id entered a speakeasy and gone back in time!
We arrived at 2am and got a steak,...More
The SNOB Bar is perhaps one of the best restaurants in the Iberian Peninsula! A very traditional bar-style restaurant, under the same ownership for 51 years now and the same satisfaction everytime i go. Don't be intimidated by the dark doors, they're hard to find,...More
This place is very unusual and that's putting it mildly. If we hadn't read the reviews and seen that you have to ring the door bell to let yourself in, we may have thought twice about entering. The place was empty and the decor old,...More
Headed here after reading a quirky recommendation, and found ourselves the only customers (about 9pm on a weeknight). Inside the décor is something akin to 'dogs playing cards' paintings; smoky with green felt tables and little table lights. Slightly worried but glad we stuck it...More
Don't be put off by the name... Snob is frankly the opposite of pretention. You will walk passed it two or three times before you notice the entrance, when you walk in you'll fell a little apprehensive due to the fading decor, but sit down,...More
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From the splendid garden and its cafe-kiosk to its restaurants, Príncipe Real is more than worthy of a visit and it won't let you down: its attractions include "Pavilhão Chinês" (one of the more eccentric interior designs you'll ever see), museums and a fantastic botanical garden. It's also a commercial neighborhood, and you can visit a renovated Palace, home of the Embaixada (embassy) trendy shopping center
with its cafes, art galleries and luxury shops... and even if you don't buy anything, take a look inside just for its marvellous interiors. On top of this, Príncipe Real offers a variety of places to eat: if you're in a hurry, drop by "Pizza a Pezzi"; and if you're not, taste the delicious Honorato hamburgers, Argentinian cuisine at La Paparrucha and also great, delicious Portuguese food at Tascardoso!