I spent 5 hours here for I needed to work while I was traveling in Lisbon. I chose this place over coffee houses for the speedy internet as well as a more work-like setting. Also LxFactory had plenty of coffee and food options. They (Rita) welcomed me and showed me around. Normally they charge per day (or for longer periods if you need a fixes desk), but I was told the first day was free. They also offer water and coffee.
A very cosy place, well decorated and with a nice mood. It is a buffet restaurant type, with a lot of vegan options. Lots of natural drinks. I recommend this place for its price/quality menu. The downside is that it is a crowded place. Reserve it or appear there as soon as it opens.
Very good food. Tasteful and fresh. An all you can eat vegetarian value for money. Good environment and friendly staff.
Found this place spontaneously as the actual place we were looking for was closed. Very nice ambiente, tasty veggie food and gentle personnel. A dinner for two costs around 40 EUR including drinks and dessert. Menu card in English as well. Very pleased to have found this place for dinner. Would definitely recommend it.
Beautiful place, very cozy, very friendly, good food
I liked my sopa and tosta, and the price was very reasonable.
This place opened at first in bairro alto, with a more cosy and indie feeling. Now its more mainstream and located close to rua Augusta, one of the main commercial Lisbon streets. Prices are now higher, and focused on turists. But still they have a nice trendy design indoors.
a trendy, LGBT friendly space great for cocktails, coffee, tea, or a light meal or snacks
Very nice place, very well decorated. The food was great just the deserts where a bit to sweet for my taste. Other than that the food was just perfect and the staff very attentive most of the time. The mood was just perfect, not noisy at all.
Very good food, slow service but worth it.
Cosy restaurant, good food and service. cosy terrace.
Great value hostel! The rooms are simple and clean, exactly like the pics, and it's in a very calm neighbourhood. There's a small garden which is absolutely lovely and relaxing and even has a hammock for lying under the trees. All the staff is very welcoming and friendly. It's not in the very city centre, but you can walk there in 10-15 min. Great!
Breakfast is basic and might get boring if you stay here several days.
Good food, but expensive. I wouldn’t say overpriced, but just on the higher end for price point by Portuguese standards. Have the Bachalau Cafe Nicola style. Don’t forget to tip. These people work hard and deserve their 10%. Portugal is not like the rest of Europe, so don’t be ignorant now that you’ve read this post.