auf keinen Fall verpassen, wenn man in Lissabon ist.
Cons: eher etwas teuer für Portugal
auf keinen Fall verpassen, wenn man in Lissabon ist.
Comida: o melhor. Adorei em todos os sentidos. Começamos pela sopa de creme de cenoura e quinoa (2,80€). Saborosa, bem passada e no ponto.
Como pratos principais, decidimos ir para os pratos do dia e decidimos muito bem. Eu fui para o seitan de legumes (10,90€) e gostei de tudo. Dose muito bem servida, legumes no ponto e nas proporções adequadas. Adorei o pormenor das sementes de girassol que estavam pelo prato todo e que davam um toque, ainda, mais interessante ao prato. O melhor para mim e que confesso que me surpreendeu foi mesmo o seitan. Estava tão saboroso! Bem preparado, o molho perfeito. Gostei mesmo.
Para a mesa veio também o Caril do Srilanka (10,90€) com lemon grass, cajú, lima kaffir, lentilhas, cogumelos cenoura tudo acompanhado com arroz basmati e uma espécie de pão mini papad. Provei e estava mesmo no ponto. Caril bastante saboroso, no ponto e com um sabor que nunca tinha visto. Ponto de destaque também para as lentilhas que estavam muito saborosas.
O menos bom foi mesmo a sobremesa (mousse do deserto) penso que cerca de 4euros. Não sou apreciadora, mas provei e não fiquei fã.
O espaço: adorei e fiquei rendida. inserido num jardim, aqui está a prova de que um pequeno espaço - quando bem aproveitado - pode ser interessante. O local tem um espaço interior bonito e acolhedor mas o seu ponto forte é mesmo a esplanada. Adorei a esplanada coberta. Adorei a decoração, os pequenos pormenores. Enfim, acho que tudo combina.
Atendimento: rápido, eficiente e prestável. Mesmo com casa cheia, fizemos os pedidos rápidos, fomos atendidos rápidos e a comida chegou rapidamente.
Contas feitas a refeição - já com bebidas incluídas - ficou nos 30 euros. Se recomendo? Sim. Para todos: vegetarianos ou não. É talvez dos melhores vegetarianos a que fui. Gostei, adorei e sei que vou voltar.
The place is really picturesque with a Japanese garden and centrally located. The food is really nice and it has some vegan options.
We (3 vegetarians and one meat-eater) came across this gem of a restaurant pretty much accidentally because it was the closest vegetarian restaurant to our hotel. We were staying in Lisbon for less than a week but ended up eating dinner here for three consecutive evenings. It was incredibly delicious! We tried everything from starters and main courses to all kinds of deserts and there was not one dish we didn't enjoy. We particularly loved the cheesecake crumble. And there are a variety of freshly squeezed juices that are awesome as well. Furthermore, the staff were very friendly and helpful, even though neither of us spoke a word of Portuguese. It was an amazing experience. If this restaurant were in my home town, I would eat there at least once a week. I cannot recommend it enough!
Basically it has almost nothing for vegans: unfortunately, they use very cheese and milk.
When I went there I still eat cheese and I can say that for those who are vegetarian, it's a great space with great food. For anyone who is a vegan I don't recommend.
Nice to see the variety on the menu. Had the dish of the day - a chimichanga. Tasty and filling. No alcoholic drinks for sale though. Final bill was about €32 for couvert, 2 mains, 2 desserts, 2 coffees and some water.
In 2013 I stayed in Lisbon for a week. We found this restaurant just by passing by. We ate there 3 times! Not only because of the extremely good food, but also because of the great service and really kind owner of the restaurant. The restaurant is fully vegetarian and they don't serve alcoholic drinks. However, I didn't miss that because they have a great variety in drinks: all sorts of tea and juices. The main courses are all really good and you HAVE to try the chocolate salami as desert. All dishes are really healthy, well except for the deserts, but they're also not that bad for your health - comparing it with the normal desert dishes. Oh, before I forget: it's also pretty cheap.
Não fui lá muitas vezes mas lembro-me que adorei uns hambúrgeres de feijão da primeira vez que lá fui. Acho que a comida não é muito saudável pois fazem muitas vezes coisas fritas. O preço também não é muito acessível. Contudo, tem um bom ambiente, calmo e oriental. Atrevam-se a experimentar!
I dont remember a lot (was some years ago), but i do remember enjoying it. I dont remember the prices....
Set in a fairly bustling part of the city at the back of a tranquil green area with trees and grass. From the street you probably wouldn't even realise it was there. To be honest we were disappointed. After trying to come here in Feb 2010 to find it closed the anticipation of coming back in Aug 2012 was short lived. Very poor and expensive limited lunch menu with only salad as a vegan option and a pretty shameful evening menu consisting of the usual burgers and various side dishes. Maybe I'd give it a chance for a night time meal purely because of the lovely setting and rustic interior but would never return for lunch. I will retain an open mind on this one. It's also worth checking if they serve alcohol for that special evening dining experience.
Nice place in a garden. Their menu is not big and the food was average/good. Service was excellent and its a nice cute ambiance. Only vegetarian option. They have seitan, lentils (side), veggie burger, salads..
PSI has a great atmosphere, it's placed in a garden. The food is good and the sweets to. Friendly Staff.
This restaurant was a disappointment. Although it was nice to sit outside and enjoy live piano, that was about the best of it. My partner had seen thali listed on the website, but that was scored through on the menu. We both ordered stuffed rotis - his was better than mine. I had the 'vegetable' filling, which turned out to be mostly peas. There were a few other items, all of which appeared to be fresh out of a freezer bag. Frankly, it was not something a restaurant should be serving. I had lentils on the side, and they were pretty good, but that was only a small consolation. My partner's aubergine filling was quite good, which made mine rather perplexing.
Generally speaking, there was no indication on the menu what was vegan versus vegetarian, and only one of the desserts didn't have dairy in it. I would certainly not go back.
We headed here based on high ratings. Admittedly the veggie scene in Lisbon is bland, so yes this is a front runner.
But once again the price was too high for what you get. The smallest bottles of drink ever to begin with. The bread with cereals is, well seeded bread. The stuffed roti is not quite as it should be but I suspect it passes for an Indian sandwich.
The location is nice but doubt we'd go back.
Nicely decorated restaurant with outdoors seating in a beautiful little garden. The food is delicious (with quite a few Indian items) and the prices are very accessible.
Had a nice thali. Good service. Nice atmosphere in the garden. Would be great in the sunshine I'm sure.
The restaurant is located in a small public garden. There is an interior space, but there's also a tent where the meals are served. The decoration is excelent, very surprising and the food is delicious.
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Last updated: 2012/06/14
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