If there is a way to travel through food , this is the restaurant to Go to.
If there is a way to travel through food , this is the restaurant to Go to.
Miss Saigon is a delicious restaurant situated in Parque days Nacoes. Everyday you can find 3 different dishes from the world. They create different menus every week so you don't have to eat the same everyday.
The mix of spices and herbs are delicious. They try to use organic products and they have always one or two vegan dishes (out of 3!). The soups are the best I've ever tasted.
Dessert's, there are a lot and also delicious (vegan options :) )
They've nice kusmi teas and good juices.
People who work there are very nice and the space has a really nice environment.
The price is a little above the medium cheap restaurants (around 2/3€ for the soup, 8/9€ for the main dish, and 2-4€ for dessert), but you are well served and you get to taste the most delicious and best qualitiy food made by the awesome chef Claudia :)
It's really worth it. Every vegetarian/vegan or even non vegetarian should try it at leat once!
Forgot to say: they make mention in the menu which are the vegan options and which one have or not gluten :)
Also heard from a raw foodist friend of mine that they made a special salad for her :) so they really know how to treat clients :) they are very popular a people often get really satisfied with their food. Totally recommended!
I love the idea behind their menu; that they have three dishes from different countries every day of the week (without repeating those dishes for the rest of the month). All vegan options are very clearly indicated, and it seems that most of their desserts are usually vegan.
It's a nice calm space to eat in, and the food was brought to us pretty quickly. I've been there a number of times and every time the food was delicious, however it's a little expensive for the amount of food you get in comparison to other similar restaurants.
It would be perfect if it was open for dinner!
1) this place has a menu of 3 options of which 2 were unavailable
at approx half time of the opening hours. you can't say you have opened until 5 pm if you can't serve 2/3 of your dishes at half time.
2) all of the 3 dishes were with a meat substitute tofu or seitan. that's no vegan cuisine!!! if i wanted to eat meat, i would eat meat. the vegan cuisine is so plentiful and so rich in variety, options, and possibilities for example see the Indian, Thai or Indonesian cuisine!!! vegan means veggies (and fruit). using meat substitutes in 3 of 3 dishes is just unimaginative.
3) the dish which was finally left for me to eat tasted like my socks. no flavor, no taste but the very good impression of eating meat (which certainly would have had more flavor than this dull substitute). I just ate it because I was so damn hungry and boy was is sorry. I was so disgusted and nauseated
that i literally had to throw up 1/2 hour after i left the restaurant.
This place does not deserve 2 cows but a 1 cow rating is unfortunately not possible.
Sou uma cliente regular, juntamente com o meu namorado (que não é vegetariano) e devo dizer que sou uma vegetariana muito exigente com os sabores. Não gosto que o tofu fique com sabor amargo, gosto do seitan muito tenro e foi neste restaurante que comi o melhor prato de seitan que provei até hoje. Umas espetadas fenomenais onde o seitan estava tão tenro que se derretia na boca. Nunca me desapontei com nenhum prato. São sempre cheios de sabor e saudáveis. Visitem, não se irão arrepender!
Gostei muito. A comida foi muita boa e o serviço foi o melhor já encontrei em Lisboa. Cheguei 25 minutos do fechamento (não sabia que eles fecham às 18h) mas a dona insistiu que eu podia ficar e jantar. Também me fez um chá especial porque eu estava constipada, e me deu os ingredientes para que possa fazer o chá mi mesma em casa! O tofu, arroz e salada foram bem preparados, e o bolo de chocolate foi incrível.
Loved this restaurant. It has the service in Lisbon as far as I'm concerned, and it's so not pretentious. The owner clearly loves preparing healthy lovely food and her energy and eagerness to share is evident. She told me she makes a different entree each day during the month - no repeats for 30 days!
Each week day there is a choice of three dishes - two out of the three were vegan. Vegan options clearly marked. Staff very friendly and helpful. Vegan desserts also. Food felt wholesome and good portion sizes. Would definitely recommend.
My BF and i loved it. The staff was very very friendly. The place was light and clear. And the food we had was amazing. Each of us had a different meal (my BF a palestinian rice-dish and i an indian dish) and both were so yummy, healthy and nice arranged. Afterwards we enjoyed the area, which was quit impressive! the little gardens
This was the first place we at in Lisbon, as we arrived at Oriente Station.
We happened to be there during Vegan Week . . . so that made our choices simple! The food was excellent, and if you cannot choose we were offered a mixed plate of the main courses, and also the desserts . . . For me, and I have a hearty appetite, the portions were huge!
If you do visit the Parque das Naçaµes, make sure you take lunch here . . .
I think I liked everything about this place. They have enough to please a demanding vegan, and the concept of serving food from different places can't be beat. They seemed surprised that I didn't want to have a dessert, as I am familiar with apple crumble (the only vegan option available that day), so they just gave me a portion for free! And it was reasonably-sized, I can tell you. They certainly deserved my tip.
This restaurant has it all - awesome food, great staff, nice dessert - and all vegan friendly! Good concept - food from all over the world in workshops - warm and welcoming place - staff makes you feel welcome and happy - very very recommendable!
I was in Lisbon for a conference for 3 days and was thrilled to discover that there was a vegetarian restaurant within walking distance from my hotel at the Oriente metro stop. To find the restaurant, just walk to street behind the Vasco da Gama mall and turn right with the mall behind you. Follow the road past the construction and when you see a little "park" on the right side of the road, cross over and follow it up to find the restaurant.
I arrived at 1850 (they close at 1930) on my first day, and was met with warm enthusiasm and reassured that it was no problem for me to take my time and eat dinner. The food was wholesome, healthy and absolutely delicious! And I had plenty of choices - both vegan and vegetarian. I adore the concept of picking new food from around the world every day, and my only complaint is that I live too far away to be able to enjoy the food every day.
On top of the wonderful, varied food, was the hospitality and friendliness of the staff. I'd be hard pressed to name any other restaurant that did so much to make me feel welcome.
If you're in Lisbon and you're a vegetarian, vegan or just veggie-curious, do yourself a big favor and head on over to Miss Saigon to enjoy a wonderful meal in a warm and friendly environment. No matter what you order, you won't go wrong here.
I went there today and we had the mixed plate consisting of a turkish, an israeli and an arabic dish. Our meal was entirely vegan. Everything tasted perfect! The dishes, the desserts, the juices... I think this was the best meal I had in a very long time. This is by far the best vegetarian restaurant in Lisbon and I would recommend it especially to vegans, as almost all their dishes and desserts are vegan. It's not very easy to find so when you are in the EXPO, look out for the Torre Vasco da Gama - the restaurant is 20 meters away.
This place had amazing food. I think I would pretty much eat here every week if I lived in Lisbon. I especially liked their mixed plate where you get to try a small sampling of many of the dishes on on their menu including the dish of the day.
I loved this place! It saved me from struggling to find vegan options while in Lisbon for work. The food was really good. The owners and servers were really friendly and helpful. The restaurant is located outside of the downtown area and tucked away a bit in the Oriente / Parque das Naçµes area. It's near a main train and subway line though and I think the food and staff are worth it. The menu is a little small, but always changing. We ate there 4 or 5 times and never had the same thing twice. They knew what Vegan meant so since we didn't speak much Portuguese they let me know what was vegan and let me have a mixed plate of the vegan options. It was so good, I left stuffed everytime. My omnivore co-works went with me on multiple occasions and also really liked the food. It's a vegetarian restaurant, but had vegan options such as soup, entrees, and dessert. There wasn't anything there that I didn't like.
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