Casa Lisboa Portuguese Restaurant & Bar

  • 8.6 Taste
  • 8.1 Decor
  • 8.4 Service
  • 8.4 Overall
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Address 2/F, Parekh House, 63 Wyndham Street 中環雲咸街63號巴力大廈2樓
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Opening hours Monday - Sunday
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 00:00
Average Price HK$400 P.P
Cuisines Portuguese
Landmarks LKF, Wyndham Street
Restaurant Features Casual Dining, Family gathering, Friends
As soon as Lisboa grandly opened in mid-2010, which is quickly recognized as one of the best authentic Portuguese restaurant in the town. The menu of Casa Lisboa displays a delicate understanding of flavours ensuring traditional Portuguese dishes are resurrected with a creative touch to arouse new delight to our patrons.

Wonderful yet extensive selections of Portuguese wines, ranging from red, white, green, porto and even beer, are all imported directly from Portugal. The stylish yet cosy setting makes it an ideal venue ideal for both business dining or special occasions from large groups down to couples.
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  • Member
    2019-03-17 Sunday
    • Taste: 8
    • Decor: 6
    • Service: 9
    • Overall: 7

    My wife and I visited Café Lisboa for dinner last night under the Dining City Restaurant Week offer. I won't lie. We were attracted by the award recently bestowed on them for "best value". So the long and short of it is, that the restaurant does offer ''more than a reasonable"' amount of food at a better than average quality for the HK 398 price. The meal opened up with a nice pouch of warm bread with butter, olives and a pate accompanying. We found the latter two to be very good. This was followed by number of appetizers - we thought the clams were especially noteworthy! My wife tried the suckling pig as a main and I opted for the beef cheek. Suckling pig is supposed to be a signature dish but we didn't find this to be extraordinary. We did however, find the beef cheek dish to be well above par and quite tasty and flavorful. The only setback of the evening may have been desert which probably wasn't on par with the rest of the meal - although it wasn't bad mind you. I rated atmosphere as 3 starts purely due to the proximity of the tables being quite close together.

  • Member
    khem9111 VERIFIED REVIEW
    2019-03-14 Thursday
    • Taste: 7
    • Decor: 4
    • Service: 2
    • Overall: 4

    Casa Lisboa had a good variety of dishes in their restaurant week menu, and the starters to share had the best tasting dished, the peri peri quail, the clams and the swordfish tartare were nice. The serrdurra dessert was nice too. The mains were sub par, the cod and the pork belly and chorizo on the duck rice was overcooked. Overall the food was fine, but nothing to write home about or recommend in particular.

    Overall out experience was a bit dampened by the cramped atmosphere for 2 people, the 4 table seating is much nicer.

    The service was awful. We were told we had the table till 9pm which we were perfectly fine with. However we felt like we were rushed through our meal in a really inconvenient way - and our dessert was served with a bill (we hadn't ordered the bill as we were considering to have a glass of wine) at 8:15pm. The service was worse than what you'd expect in a cha chaan teng. We were pretty saddened as this meal was supposed to be part of a special celebratory night for us. ah well, we won't be coming back.

  • Member
    2019-03-11 Monday
    • Taste: 10
    • Decor: 9
    • Service: 10
    • Overall: 9

    Excellent food & service.

  • Member
    2019-03-10 Sunday
    • Taste: 10
    • Decor: 6
    • Service: 8
    • Overall: 8

    very good experience. great value of money. food is amazing! will definitely come back. Except the restaurant is quite small and the tables are quite pack.

  • Member
    turbo911 VERIFIED REVIEW
    2019-03-10 Sunday
    • Taste: 7
    • Decor: 7
    • Service: 8
    • Overall: 7

    Food is alright but nothing really catches my senses.

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