Pap'Açorda Restaurant, Lisbon, Portugal
Address: Rua da Atalaia 57. Encarnação.
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Pap'Açorda is a traditional restaurant offering Portuguese cuisine.
The average price of a 3-course meal at the Pap'Açorda restaurant is 50 euros.
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Passing through the velvet curtains and seeing the crystal chandeliers immediately suggests that this is one of the most expensive choices in Bairro Alto - but it is also one of the city's leading restaurants.
A favorite among most locals, it takes its name from a specialty dish - a soupy bread and seafood mixture.
The wine list is monumental, and the homemade chocolate pudding is an excellent way to finish your meal.
Opening hours: 12:30pm to 2:30pm and 8pm to 11:30pm. Closed Sundays and Mondays
The address of the Pap'Açorda restaurant is: Rua da Atalaia 57, Encarnação, Encarnação, 1200-037 Lisbon.
The nearest Metro station is Baixa-Chiado.
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Reviews & Comments about the Pap'Açorda Restaurant
26 Jul 2014, 06:26
I would like to Make a reservaties for 2P for tonight 2300. Name: van
19 Jun 2014, 05:55
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saw the show, and I fogert to check that. I do know that the theme to
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Dreamin' in My Way.
24 Jun 2013, 12:05
Many years ago I went to a fairly new resto in Barrio Alto. One of the best
experiences I have had in Europe. A young, very elegant couple were the
owners, treated me with politeness and kindness. I had no reservation and
was traveling alone. The food was excellent and so was the service. I hope
they became well known....
17 Feb 2010, 19:53
On several places this restaurant was recommended as one of the best of
lisboa. Around 50 euros a menu, so not increddible expensive. We went
there. It was still closed and we wanted to reserve for the same night. The
host was not very enthousiastic and he treated us almost with contempt. At
22hs we came back to eat. All the 'garçons' showed little intererst, we did
not feel welcome. The service was so fast and efficient that there was no
time between the courses to digest, they gave us the feeling that we had to
hurry. About the food: The bread was bad. The "folhadinho de queijo de
cabra com salada de rucola" was all right, but nothing special. Also the
"Pathe de Santola" was all right, but again, nothing special. Then the
"Açorda de bacalhau" was quiet good (fishermens food), but for two persons.
The "Pregado" (tarbot) was fried in oil, lost its delicious taste, and was
probably deepfrozen. The mousse au chocolat was good.
This restaurant absolutely does not deserve its name, it is nothing special
and unengaging, please revise the critics of this restaurant. For this
prize you will find many better places in Lisboa!