Have had an incredible dining experience
and several bad lunch experiences
Cons: Inconsistent staff, Missing ingredients, A little expensive
Have had an incredible dining experience
and several bad lunch experiences
A bit hide and difficult to find... not so much vegan options: I tried a cake and it was too heavy. I wanted a smoothie because I've read here they had it but in the end they didn't have it. There are better places...
This place looked a bit like a pub. The staff was very friendly. You can enjoy good food here in a laid back and cosy atmosphere.
Arrived here with a monster hangover after my first night in lovely Lisbon, to be properly sorted out by their summer salad - huge portion of mixed fruit, veg and beans to replace my lost vitamins! I think when we were there about 2 of the 12 choices on the menu were not veggie, these are really clearly marked, and they have a leaf mark next to items that have no animal produce in sight - I think about a third of the items.Pros: Interesting range of choices on the menu, Really good food, Close to the waterfront
Really liked this place, it's casual and non-pretentious with a cool vibe and atmosphere. We had vegan pizza which was served with delicious chunky potato chips and a basic salad for €7.50 plus a couple of bottles of coke for €2 each. OK, it wasn't the best food I've ever had but I can imagine some of the other offerings being tastier and more rewarding. To be honest, we needed a quick feed after travelling all day and wanting to get to the Irish bar next door for the Arsenal match so the whole experience was pretty rushed. The outdoor seating is fabulous and the location close to the harbour area is quite impressive. On a second visit in 2014 the lunch consisting of a deliciously sumptious lasagne and home made bread with humus was absolutely divine. Washed down with a pint of Sagres and a glass of wine, it was the perfect solution to the afternoon's hunger pangs. I am certain the evening atmosphere here is also great but there are many 100% vegetarian places in Lisbon that I would need to check out first. I'm giving 4 cows based on the vibe, location and decent craic.Pros: location, atmosphere, friendly
We went to this restaurant (café) at the end of May, around 14:00 on a Thursday. The place was empty except for one other couple, so plenty of space for us. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly here. The menu is on a big blackboard just as you enter, with some extra specialities on a board outside. I am gluten intolerant, but they had gluten free bread for me! I ordered the bean burger, and they told me it contained some breadcrumbs - was this ok? Very good that they asked me! As I can handle a bit of gluten (small portions) I told them it was alright. The burger consisted mainly of rice, and had a lovely avocado "dressing". It was really nice and filled me up. I would definately recommend it. My husband is non-veg and he was satisfied with his non-veg option as well. All in all, we would have gone back if we had the time - good place to be!Pros: Know about veg*anism, Several options for vegans, Knew about gluten intolerance
Everytime i eat here im delighted with a festival of colour (on the plate) and variety of rich tastes.
there is always something new to try and the price is pretty decent.
good Music and the people are really cool and helpfull...
keeps me coming back.
and Yes! the mixed fresh fruit juices...always want to ask them to make pitchers of it!
After searching around online, we just walked 15 minutes to get there, WORTH IT. Nice folks and they were working on a Sunday!Pros: Good food, quality ingredients, Good price
I spent a week in Lisbon recently en been to the Green Room twice. It's a great place with delicious vegetarian and egan food. Dinner is very affordable (e8,50 for three different tapas). I liked the atmosphere a lot.
If I go back to Lisbon, I will absolutely go back to the Green Room as well.
I've been here a few times now over the past months and it's a great place with really nice food. It's quite easy to find good veggie/vegan food in Lisbon but finding somewhere to eat out with friends who want to eat meat is pretty tough. But the green room has definitely solved this issue. Majority veggie food but with a number of meat options. All the food so far has been wonderful! It's a really nice atmosphere too and on Wednesday evenings they host the couchsurfing meetings if you're looking to meet locals and other travellers (long and short term). Tapas is 3 dishes for 8.50 and main courses are around 9.50. House wine is 2 euros a glass. Also they've just started doing Roast Dinner on Sundays :)Pros: Everything
In Lisbao I stayed for one week. In this week I ate almost every day at another place. The last day I was at the green room and I must say that this dinner was the best I had in this week. I had a vegan salad with grilled vegetables, my husband had a vegan curry which also was incredibly delicious!
We enjoyed the green room a lot and wished we had discovered it some days before to eat there at least a second time.
The restaurant itself is also really, nice especially the restroom. The staff was also really kind.
We arrived here at 11:45 am on a Monday and were pleasantly surprised to find out they were already open and we didn't have to wait around 15 minutes. They were out of vegan pizza (that is if you skip the goat cheese), and the vegan offerings were basically green salad, cous cous salad, or a platter with hummus, tapanade and guacamole (skip the goat cheese) with bread and a bit of salad. I opted for the green salad, which turned out to be large enough for a meal: fresh field greens, a homemade olive oil and lemon vinaigrette, with beets, potatoes, tomatoes (I had these left off) apples and strawberries. My salad was simple, but very tasty with everything fresh, perfectly cooked potatoes and excellent flavor balance. The menu says all salad comes with bread, but they forgot and I had to ask for it. The homemade whole grain bread could not have been better!
My friend ordered the hummus, tapanade and guacamole platter and said everything on his plate was excellent and could not have been better. His hummus was so delicious, I helped myself to half of it, and spread it on my bread. Heavenly!
The guy running this place is from Scotland, so English speakers will have no problems here. The staff was quite friendly and helpful.
I would like to have seen more vegan offerings, but the vegan offerings we had were excellent. They also have a vegan cake topped with strawberries, but I was too full to order it.
They sell bottled water here, but do not provide it free.
P.S. No visit to this place is complete without checking out the bathroom floor. I won't spoil the surprise, but the bathroom is a must visit!Pros: Excellent food, Friendly, helpful staff
The food here is AMAZING! If you try this place, you will fall in love. The Green Room Cafe is clean, fun, and everyone is so friendly and welcomes you with a big smile. The food is so good that you will return more than once. My boyfriend and i went as many times as we could. We could not stay away! We would wake up and want to head straight to The Green Room Cafe. My mouth is watering just thinking about their amazing dishes. I wanted to lick my plate clean. All in all... if your in Lisbon this is a MUST! It will make your trip!
So it was our first visit to Lisboa with young family in tow and I was dubious of finding suitable food for the four of us....
Well we had no need! We stumbled across 'The Green Room' leaving the station after noticing a lovely terrace shaded under a beautiful tree alongside the river.
We sat down and were greeted by very friendly staff who quickly got us up to speed about the various options the cafe had......and options it DOES have!! They even had organic baby food as well as the organic beer and wine!
Basically we could not stay away and managed to sample breakfast, lunch and dinner all of which were to a superb standard!
We as a family could not have hoped to have found such a genuinely quality based and fair priced vegetarian cafe.......anywhere let alone Lisbon!
Many thanks to the owners and staff.
'The Veg Table'Pros: Quality/options/freshness, Service/time taken, Price!!
I think that this restaurant should be awarded as the coolest vegetarian restaurant in Lisbon. The place has a really nice and kinda pubish atmosphere and the food is very tasty.Pros: good value, nice atmosphere
We first heard about the green room from some friends in amsterdam (no lines to be read between)after mentioning we'd had trouble finding terrific food in Portugal before so we made the trip and it was fantastic! THEY HAVE AÃ‡AI!!! We hadn't had any for years since our trip to brasil and can't wait to go back for more. If you haven't tried açai yet and you're in Lisbon then get to the green room, they've probably the best veggie menu this side of india too! Good luck guys, we'll be back!Pros: great menu, excellent interior, awesome staff
The Chef who is a great guy from the UK and a vegetarian himself spoke a little horeca Dutch and prepared us a great meal when we visited a couple of weeks ago! Although he put two meat dishes on the menu, "vegetarian-friendly" is a bit misleading as most of the dishes are vegetarian, it should be something like "meat-eater friendly" in my humble opinion...Pros: Great food, friendly staff, affordable prices
Seriously, it was!
So good we went there twice. Went to the Green Room whilst in Lisbon for the weekend visiting friends, then actually went back there again en route to the airport heading home, after a week outside of the city.
The wholesome breakfast ('Big Green') may not be wholly veggie, though hit the spot right on for the day. Tasty and made with love.
The spinach and goats cheese filo pastry meals were amazing too, as were the three bean varieties.
Menu is vast, yet all the food is coming out fresh. A real testament to the team there and their willingness to really go the extra mile... all round. Impeccable and relaxed service, yet intuitive with plenty space to leave you to it..
Highly recommend a bite here if seeking relaxing and wholesome food that's strictly INSIDE the budget... !
My girlfriend and I visited Lisbon for 2 weeks at the of August this year.
We found the green room on our second day and it wall an excellent find.
The food was absolutely perfect. The service was likewise.
We ate in The Green Room every day at least once during our stay and the menu changed slightly a couple of times. Each change brought along a freshly made well presented, well priced, extremely tasty main course.
Though it presents it's self largely as a vegan restaurant, it did have some meet on the menu.
They serve fresh coffee, fruit juices, smoothies and cold beer.
Overall we could not have been happier, when we visit Lisbon again we will certainly visit again to see the staff again and taste the brilliant food.
What a find. On Cais du Sodre this is a hidden gem. The menu has quite a few vegan options. The burrito was so much more than just a burrito. And the guacamole, heavenly. They have all kinds of fresh squeezed juices and you can make your own combos if you want. The staff is one of the most helpful. The night before I was flying home I went by to get something to go as a safety in case they didn't have my vegan meal. The cook and waitress were both so helpful and help me pick out what would last the longest, packed things with such care and I couldn't believe how little they charged me. I tried to give them more and they wouldn't hear of it. I need to go back and try the breakfast. There are books you can read, games and great music. Really a special place.Pros: Excellent Food, Friendly Staff, Great Value
It's the new kind of places that have been popping up in Cais do Sodré, but unlike them is more vegan friendly and a lot cheaper, and that makes all the diferencePros: prize, variety
The Green Room is blazing a trail as the hippest friendliest tastiest vegetarian restaurant in Portugal's capital.
The food is delicious and it's quite simply an absolute must for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike when visiting Lisbon. You simply won't better this place.
Hats off to pioneering founders Matthew and Leo - thank you for the fine food and hospitality.
Boa sorte!Pros: Cuisine, Staff, Decor
Found this place on Happy Cow - thanks for the map. We really enjoyed our lunch, friendly staff and owner (Leo). They serve all kinds of meal options but have a few vegan ones. Food was very good and fresh. Check out the bathrooms.Pros: Helpful Staff, Fresh Food, Local Beers
We visited the green room today, after been recommended by the owner of bake the difference. The menu was very easy to follow, vegan items clearly labelled, and the staff were very helpful. The food itself was simple but tasty (vegan chilli) with brown rice and salad and very reasonably priced. If your near the river and train station and in need of a vegan meal, then this is the place to go!
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Last updated: 2013/07/28
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