- Type: Cafés
NileGuide Expert Says:
One of only a handful of genuine crêperies in the city.
NileGuide Expert tip:
Try the "Klee", a crêpe of Swiss alpine raclette cheese, bacon, onion and potato.
One of the first cafés in Lisbon to serve crêpes, this trendy little eatery with its dark wood furniture and original brick stone arches is a lively and fashionable place to sample delicious French-Portuguese fare. The sweet and savoury crêpes are made using biological sarraceno (buckwheat) flower and the varied menu is named after famous artists like Kandinsky, Miró and Gaugin. The painting theme is reinforced by the artwork exhibited on the walls (there's also a gallery downstairs). Honey, chocolate, caramel and apple are some of the ingredients used. The café also offers soothing teas and infusions and, in winter, hot and invigorating mulled wine.
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