Walking in the community of Little Portugal (Little Portugal), Chiado is a gentle and affable shop. Chiado is an important cultural area in Lisbon, Portugal, and as the name of the Portuguese restaurant, it is a combination of time charm and elegance.
The name Chiado comes from a major cultural area between the cities of Lisbon, a place of nostalgia where Portuguese live. The uniformly trained male waitresses, even napkins, are folded into shirts. First of course, olive, sea salt, olive oil with bread blue, with crisp crisp noodles, more unique. Cheese with honey, chocolate, sea salt, different taste. The waiter served fresh fish dishes, fresh fish for different cooking methods, all sounds very attractive, fresh fish dishes themselves are quite novel. We ordered grilled octopus, lobster rice, monkfish soup share, and a meal with portuguese white wine. Thick octopus meat is full, outside the charred, lobster is fresh and refreshing, rice milk flavor is rich, fish soup fresh, fish meat not rotten. After the main course, the restaurant is basically full, not big door face, but inside there is dry, upstairs downstairs, inside and outside, should be a lot of capacity. Get the dessert menu, the waiter recommended the Portuguese egg white pudding, plus pear porridge, sweet but not greasy, just right. A glass of white wine is finished, and the mouth is full of wine, it is the feeling of wine you have drunk in Europe. Small pricey
It is recommended by friends, it is really good, the environment is very good, many foreigners will choose to come, you can try!