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Peruvian, Seafood, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 12:00
$$$$ Price range per person 20-35 €
R. Dom Pedro V 129, Lisbon
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Lisbon, Portugal

After visiting Palacete Ribeiro da Cunha, you can look over the menu at this restaurant. Peruvian cuisine is a must-taste one at A Cevicheria. You will enjoy its food, especially good salmon ceviche, grilled octopus and white tuna. Spend a good time here and share tasty chocolate parfait, brownies and pudding with your friends. This place offers you to try delicious Pisco sour, house wine or gin. Get your meal started with great lime juice, americano or lemon juice.

This spot is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Pay reasonable prices for eating at this restaurant. A number of people highlight that the decor here is divine. A Cevicheria is a Michelin selection and it has been awarded 1 black knife-and-fork symbol: according to the inspectors' opinion, this place provides quite relaxing atmosphere.

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Pisco & Cevice at it's best
Very good food. Flavours are distinct and intense. No two dishes are the same and it's a fun, memorable experience to try them. That said, the staff is NOT very friendly or nice. They act like they're doing you a favor by letting you be there. Prices are pretty high, which would be ok except that, not happy with that, they charge you for their unapologetically expensive appetizers and water. Yes, they charge you for water you didn't even ask for. All in all, this increased our bill by almost 20€.
Vegetarians and vegans BEWARE!!!!!!I do not eat fish but was with 3 friends who were very keen to dine at this restaurant. They insisted we go elsewhere that had a vegetarian or vegan option, but I did not want them to miss the opportunity to try the infamous A Cevicheria. I thus insisted we give it a try even if it meant I could not eat, which is entirely unacceptable these days. It’s 2019 and it is city filled with vegan restaurants. Why would they not offer one single option to open up the restaurant to this growing population?? I say this not because vegetarianism and veganism are trendy these days but rather because some people just don’t like fish! Yet because your menu is so limited, you nearly lost the business of four individuals – three of which have “normal” diets.The chef agreed to prepare a small bowl of quinoa and mushrooms so that I could in fact eat at least something that night. HOWEVER – I was charged 16 euro for this simple dish! No one informed me of the price beforehand either. I understand this is a restaurant and prices will be a bit higher, but I am absolutely outraged by the fact that my friends’ meals (which included fresh fish and a mix of ingredients) cost only 12 -13! How on earth do they justify charging me more for a simple grain that requires boiling water and salt, considering my friends enjoyed a fine dining experience for less?? Where is the logic there?? The least that could have happened is for the fish that would normally come on a 16-euro dish to be given to my friends so that someone could have benefitted from such an insane price. When I questioned the bill, the staff indicated there was nothing they could do.This entire situation could have easily been avoided if they had just one vegetarian or vegan option on the menu. Our experience at this restaurant was ruined by such a sour ending. My friends and I ordered multiple bottles of wine and 6 different menu items. We even sent the restaurant an email before posting this and they did not even have the decency to respond.
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R. Dom Pedro V 129, Lisbon, Portugal
Features
Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Parking No booking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-00:00
MondayMon 12:00-00:00
TuesdayTue 12:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-00:00
FridayFri 12:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-00:00
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