Extravagant cafe in a Bohemian district, opened in 1905 with an Art Deco interior & pavement tables.
Good for a little break after a walk at chiado... We pay 10€ for 1 cafe americano, 1 espresso macchiato, 1 sparkled water and a pasteis. its ok
Check the artworks ON the walls. fhu
Get a double espresso, a couple of pasteis de nata, and a couple of hours for people-watching.
Awesome Pastel de Nata but also a hotspot for Touris. Small place and because mentioned in every guide very crowded. But still one of the best places to try all kinds of typical dessert in Portugal
Order at the bar if you go here, it's indeed cheaper. The waiters are arrogant and very unfriendly.. There are much nicer places nearby, move along if you don't want to be tourist-trapped..
Get a Galao or espresso and people watch from outside on the patio! Great little historic spot to sit and relax with tasty coffee.
Coffee was just okay and service was terrible (perhaps because I only got a coffee). But good for people watching!
Every tourist comes to this cafe to take a picture with Fernando Pessoa's statue (the national poet). You do you.
Overrated. Very slow service + waitress did not speak english. Weird for such a touristic place