Sabor Superior

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 24 reviews )
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Rua D. Jeronimo Osorio, 19 B, Alges, Portugal, 1495-163

Vegetarian restaurant in Alges, became all-vegan in 2015. Use many organic ingredients, and menu change daily. Hosts occasional workshops on veg cuisine. Open Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:30pm, Thu-Fri 7:00pm-9:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Organic, Western, Take-out, Portuguese

24 Reviews

First Review by Monia

Perfect healthy food - Edit

First time I came here and it was an wonderful surprise. Quality of food is excellent with several daily vegan dishes to choose from(6.5€ for one daily dish) .. They have deserts without sugar added.. Staff is very welcoming.

Pros: Several vegan options with good price.

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Good - Edit

The restaurante is nice and the food looks good but it didn't have a lot of flavour, I ordered a beet and tofu burger and tasted my friend's chilli and it was a little bland but still good, I also had a slice of orange tart and it tasted great although it was a little too sweet. Overall it's a nice place to eat at.

Pros: All vegan place

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So nice! - Edit

I would say that it was a very typical portuguese restaurant, very simple, quiet, small with calm waiters.
They had 3 different main courses (6,50€ each).
They all seemed simple but well thought and they were delicious.
I definitely want to go back there!

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Average quality - Edit

The place has very kind staff.

The quality is medium. The ingredients used could be better.

The quantity is too little.

I stopped going there since i paid almost 8€ and were still hungry

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Very good - Edit

Tasty food and not very expensive

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sabor inferior - Edit

This "restaurant" serves food that is shameful to the vegan movement. I don't know whether we were really unlucky or whether the local vegans have numb palates. We ordered 2 entries and two mains plus two deserts. The samosas were tasteless. Not disgusting, rather fresh, but simply no taste whatsoever. Same story for the mains. Actually worse! The plates wer simply not warm. And no taste whatsoever. Now the deserts were uneatable! We had to throw them away at home, cause we took them for take away. And it was not cheap. No. I have no idea WHY it was so bad. The reviews here are very good and the owners are Indian which means they know perfectly well to cook tasty vegan food. And they are very friendly which makes it hard to write a bad review. The message for you guys should be: wake up! With the food you served us you are ruining the vegan movement! Now good luck and Hare Krishna!

Pros: Friendly people

Cons: Bad deco, No taste whatsoever in the food , Uneatable desert.

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nice little restaurant - Edit

very good food, we loved it, very nice people who explained us everything in english, the dessert was gorgeous ! we also drank homemade juice, with mixture of our choice (pinaple, ginger, menthe)

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Tiny, delicious, indian Restaurant - Edit

Delicious foods, fresh housemade fruit juices, good prices. Highly recommended!

Pros: Cheap prices but good quality. Not standard touris

Cons: Spartanic interior. Only 3-4 main dishes (but enou

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muy rico - Edit

la comida era muy bueno el trato genial recomendable!!!!

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delicious dinner, great value! - Edit

I had the pleasure of dining at Sabor Superior for dinner last night! I had the chickpea stroganoff with rice and salad. Also had one of the best desserts I have ever had in my life! The food was out of this world and the staff were attentive, warm and inviting. Highly recommend. I look forward to returning on my next trip to Lisbon!

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Great! - Edit

Really nice place. The lady read the whole menu to me in English and was very friendly :)

Food tasty, simplistic and cheap

You can take an interesting walk between here and Tour de Bélém

Pros: Service and staff, Simple no fuss good food, All vegan

Cons: No wifi

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Hearty Brazilian beans and rice - Edit

I liked the Brazilian beans and rice dish. Good value for money.

Pros: local, fresh ingredients, Spin on traditional Portuguese / Brazilian dishes, Good value for money

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amazing food! - Edit

A small vegan restaurant in Anglés (around 2 kilometres from Belém). They had 3 entrees, 2 soups, 3 main courses as well as few desserts. We had 1 entree, 2 main courses, dessert, bottle of wine and water and it only costed 22 euros and everything was delicious! You can also sit outside.

Pros: cheap and delicious, staff is very friendly

Cons: none

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lovely dishes - Edit

lovely staff and very nice vegan dishes. amazing desserts!

Pros: good options for lunch and desserts.

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Local and heartfelt - Edit

If you want a really 'local', heartfelt little place it's worth taking a taxi or the tram out to Alges from Belém. Or if you're already at the tower it only takes 15-20mins to walk. A small range of homemade dishes, and quite a large range of desserts (for such a small place!). Frequented by locals, and run by a lovely lady and her little team who make everything in their tiny kitchen!!

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Best option if you are visiting Berardo museum - Edit

Not only it is the closest veg restaurant to Berardo museum (thanks, happy cow), it's also really good, the food is tasty and quite filling.

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Great restaurant - Edit

Vegan only restaurant whit a very experienced Indian chef. Cozy, friendly and always whit new options every day. Love it

Pros: All vegan

Cons: None

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Well worth a visit - Edit

Although outside Lisbon city centre, Sabor Superior is worth taking the time to visit. The food is well-made and flavoursome: the samosa starters are delicious, especially with the mustard sauce; although only two main dishes are available, they offer good variety, and are different from the usual 'seitan-instead-of-meat' school of vegetarian cooking. Juices and smoothies are made fresh to order. The desserts are equally tempting and tasty. Three-course lunch for two, with juices, came to €27. Note, card payments are not accepted - take cash! Highly recommended.

Pros: Fresh-cooked dishes, Friendly staff, Good links to public transport

Cons: Cash-only, no card payments

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Food made with love and care - Edit

A very small but cozy vegan restaurant, with a few tables set outside on the esplanade.

Every day Sabor Superior offers two soups and two hot dishes with an international cuisine flavor. I especially enjoy having a samosa for appetizer as well as the spicier foods with Indian inspiration that are often available. There are a lot of different juices to choose from but most times I ask for the vegan mango lacie. Since all the desserts are also vegan it can be tough to decide which one to have, but my favorite is the carob cake!

One thing that really stands out in this restaurant is the amount of care and detail that goes in the preparation of the food. Like another reviewer mentioned, it becomes apparent that the owners put a lot of love and dedication in what they do. The staff are super friendly and available to answer questions or satisfy any special request - for example, I always ask for brown rice instead of basmati white rice.

I highly recommend Sabor Superior to anyone looking to have a comforting meal in a relaxed environment for a moderate price.

Pros: "International flavor" cuisine, Delicious desserts, Friendly staff

Cons: Small amount of tables

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Delicious food! - Edit

A small restaurant where you can enjoy very good vegan food.

The desserts are really delicious!

Pros: Variety, Delicious Desserts, Staff

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decente and cozy - Edit

Typical small Portuguese restaurant but with a twist: vegetarian!
Glad I have found it! Food is great and tasty! Prices are ok. Will definitely return if around :)

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Good Value For Money - Edit

Vegan choice was the majority of the menu, prices are really affordable and food quality and taste was good.
Staff was polite and serving quickly.
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Pros: Price, Quick Service

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Nice place - Edit

It's a friendly place, the food is very good and it shows lots of love for it. It has two dishes per day, and at least one is always vegan. There are always more than two vegan desserts, i recomend the redfruits pie. The staff is very friendly

Pros: Vegan-Friendly, Staff, Tasty food

Cons: Not 100% Vegan, Not fit for large groups

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Amazing food in a familiar atmosphere - Edit

It's been a year since I've entered this restaurant here. Since then I've become a regular in Sabor Superior and I can say, with no shadow of a doubt, that this is one of the best (if not the best!) vegetarian restaurant I've been to. Kamal is a great cook and Mafalda a great desert maker. They combine the best of Indian/Krishna vegetarian food with super delicious Portuguese-wise veggie dishes.
There is no buffet and you only get to choose between two dishes, but the choise is sometimes very difficult. The price including soup and desert is around 9 Euro per person. I dare you to try the "croquete de soja", the halava or any vegan-friendly desert. You won't regret it.
In sunny days arrive early so that you can get a table outside.

Pros: Excellent food, Super tasty deserts, Healthy vegan and non-vegan choices

Cons: Closes on Sunday

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