One of the most well known and oldest Caffe in Lisbon, getting the name from an immigrant in Brazil, who brought the "true Brazilian coffe". Formerly known as a meeting point for intelectuals and the most important literary figures of the time, as Fernando Pessoa, which has a statue outside .A must stop downtown, however do not expect an excelent ...
Restaurants near Café A Brasileira
- 10.1 mi0.1 mi from Café A Brasileira11 reviews
A very good ice cream parlor located in the Chiado area. Created by an italian immigrant, Mr. Santini that settle in Portugal during the war. It catered the rich, famous and the exilled royalty, that lived in the Cascais area during and after WWII, among which the King of Italy, the queen of Rmania, and several othersPopular withFoodiesLocalBudget
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- 30.22 mi0.22 mi from Café A Brasileira
This is my favorite restaurant restaurant in Lisbon. Great traditional portuguese food in an amazingly beautiful setting, spot on to every detail. A bit expensive, bur worth every penning. The chocolate mousse is a must!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
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- 90.14 mi0.14 mi from Café A Brasileira2 reviews
Great steak on a stone. There are a lot of these places in Lisbon, but this is one that makes you feel at home. Great wine selection. Be prepared to eat all night long.Popular withTrendstersWellness
- 100.13 mi0.13 mi from Café A Brasileira2 reviews
This a Portuguese restaurant with a good Fado show. The food is good and the service was fine. They have several performers who will do a couple of songs and then you go back eating (while they go around selling their CD's). One tip is to wait when the desert is being offered - the selection gets better the longer ...
- 110.25 mi0.25 mi from Café A Brasileira1 review
- 120.06 mi0.06 mi from Café A Brasileira1 review
A lovely place to take a brunch or a lunch... near downtown!
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- 140.11 mi0.11 mi from Café A Brasileira
Steak on a stone, cook your own. Buzy, authentic, locals' favourite, smells of meat. An old-school t.v. is suspended in the corner, almost inconsequential considering the high level of entertainment this place offers on its own merit. Super friendly staff who offer toothpicks on a whelm. They have a selection of fish dishes as well but you wouldn't know for ...
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- 180.21 mi0.21 mi from Café A Brasileira
Not only is this an amazing bakery, but they also serve lunch and dinner. We never had a chance to try their extensive menu, but OH MY GOSH those pasteis! They were the best egg tarts in town! During our week-long stay, we bought close to 3 dozen and each time, they were consistently amazing.Popular withFoodies
- 190.09 mi0.09 mi from Café A Brasileira
True confession: out of the 7 days I was in Lisbon, we ate at Quinoa 6 times. Their organic bakery is delicious! We tried: -Lemon Meringue tart 9/10 -Duo Chocolate mini cake 10/10 -Chocolate mini cake with red current 8/10 -Lime and Ginger mini cake 8/10 In addition, we had two meals, a breakfast dinner with scrambled eggs and salad ...Popular withFoodies
- 200.1 mi0.1 mi from Café A Brasileira1 review
Just right downtown, at the core of Chiado area, this small shopping center is a good option with nice shops and restaurants.Popular withTrendstersFoodiesLGBT