Farol de Santa Luzia

/ Seafood, Restaurant, Pub & bar
#406 of 15389 places to eat in Lisbon
ClosedOpens at 17:30
Portuguese, Seafood, Spanish, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 11-20 €
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Largo Santa Luzia 5
Lisbon, Portugal
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After seeing Miradouro de Santa Luzia, it may be a good idea to visit this bar. Farol de Santa Luzia offers its visitors to try Portuguese and Spanish cuisines. You can always degust mouthwatering grilled octopus, octopus salads and grilled cod - a special offer of this place. Do not go away without eating good cheesecakes, crème brûlée and pudding. It might be cool to enjoy delicious house wine, Sangria or white wine. Some clients recommend great coffee at this spot.

The warm atmosphere of this bar makes customers feel relaxed and have a nice time. The knowledgeable staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place wonderful. The fabulous service demonstrates a high level of quality at Farol de Santa Luzia. Most reviewers say that prices are average for what you get. The divine decor will satisfy the taste of each guest. In their reviews, Zomato users assign this place a rating of 4.2.

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Very nice restaurant. Quaint, quiet and romantic. Service was really good and the food was delicious.
Located in Lisbon's iconic Alfama District is a true gem of Portuguese cuisine.   After an evening visit to Castle Sao Jorge to see the sun set on the Atlantic, we decided to stop here for diner. The restaurant is near the Castle entrance and makes for an ideal stop before exploring the Alfama.  We had made reservations for 830PM.   Alma Lusa serves authentic Portuguese cuisine and tying it to a visit with the  Castle you get a feel for the Lusophone culture that incorporated the sea and its colonial imperial spices. The restaurant has two dining spaces.  We were sat in the back space. You are brought out some olives, bread and olive oil for dipping your bread. I ordered the porcao a la lentejana (stewed pork chunks on a bed of potatoes, covered with steamed mussels). This recipe had a kick to it and was awesome. The Asian spices leapt off the dish. The others at the table had cod; the Portuguese fish staple. Both dishes were generous in their portions.  We topped it all with a vinho verde that was a steal at 18 euros for the bottle.   The service was excellent and so was the food. When you exit the restaurant go across the street to the municipal park with commanding views of the city below. It is a spectacular site. If your lucky there will be a street artist singing.   Reservations are a must as the restaurant is in a guide book and was packed for our late reservation.  The price for all three fish entrees and a bottle was 75 euros; a steal. A meal such as this in the States would set you back over 120.
Good food, nice place
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Address
Largo Santa Luzia 5, Lisbon, Portugal
Features
Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking Takeaway Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 17:30-23:00
TuesdayTue 17:30-23:00
WednesdayWed 17:30-23:00
ThursdayThu 17:30-23:00
FridayFri 17:30-23:00
SaturdaySat 17:30-23:00
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