5 expert reviews
“We enjoy the best-prepared John Dory in saffron sauce we've ever had in Portugal.”
Travel + Leisure
"Locals converge on this Belgian-influenced restaurant in a former 17th-century convent for lambic, abbey, and Trappist ales, and for the bull-steak frites." Full review
"Set in a convent building, this is one of Lisbon’s most characterful restaurants in terms both of location and food."
"This restaurant occupies a 17C monastery. The dining room has a lovely vaulted ceiling, rustic-style flooring and an attractive terrace in the cloister."
"Its atmospheric location in an 18th-century former convent (also home to the Museu da Marioneta) is just one of the trump cards of this Luso-Belgian restaurant." Full review