Alma

star4.8 · flag1
placeR. Anchieta 15, 1200-224 Lisboa, Portugal
phone+351 21 347 0650

Reviews

Tanja

What a wonderful dining experience. The food was just amazing. From the presentation to the final bite. You could feel the rhapsody of flavours in every bite. Just excellent. The staff was so nice. From the moment you enter the place to the moment you exit they make you feel appreciated. The prices are for the Michelin restaurant very reasonable. Definitely place to visit.

Cian Tormey

This place is absolutely incredible. The food was out of this world, the service was fantastic and the decor is wonderful too. It's worth thinking about dropping in for lunch - it took about four hours to make our way through the 11 or 12 course meal, and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Not to be missed!

DSW

A fantastic fine dining experience, complete with the service you would expect. Fantastic, if pricey, wine options (starting around €45 per bottle). The amuse -bouche were fantastic, interesting and original. A couple of the mains in our group were outstanding - suckling pig and lamb, and a couple a bit more disappointing (salted cod - not very 'wow' and the red mullet which was lost in the very salty sauces). Presentation of dishes was impeccable as you would expect from a Michelin star restaurant. The desserts were excellent, particularly the ominous sounding "sea flavours and citrus"!

Jan Frederik Strasmann

Probably one of the best meals in a one star michealin restaurant I've ever had. Everything was perfect. Starting with the interior design and ending with the espresso. The staff was very professional and friendly. We will come back once we come back to Lisbon.

jgborgesius

What a disaster this place. We came with great expectations but they got crushed. A waiter tried to open our bottle of Champagne and spilled at least a glass when the cork left the bottle. The table behind to us got the wrong meals but the worst is the menu. If one person at a table chooses a menu, ALL have to eat the same menu. The other option is ordering a la carte. Imagine having a jew, a vegan and a gluten intolerant person at one table...impossible to enjoy any of the menus. First and last visit.

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