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If you are looking for exceptional Fado singing, this is the place.
I have been a patron for years and never left disappointed with the quality of the musicians and the singers which must be some of the best in Portugal.
The space is traditional,...More
Absolutely incredible Fado and 5-star customer service! We were treated like family with attentive staff in a very warm and welcoming environment. The Fado music was some of the best i've experienced! The food was good but not great. My octopus was grilled to perfection...More
I have visited Senhor Vinho over some decades and always found it a great place. I suggest readers ignore other reviewers who complain about food quality or price here. The service is excellent and friendly. The food was very good during our last visit -...More
We wanted to experience some traditional Portuguese singing and have some great food at the same time but all 4 of us were a little disappointed with the dishes that we have ordered.
The food is overpriced. We got rabbit, octopus and goat. The goat...More
They should have two settings for dining, each followed by a Fado show. We had to wait and wait in-between short set while they served food to others in the restaurant. Be sure to take a taxi. Steep hills to get to the restaurant. There...More
The food is very good, but since a lot of tourists go there, I found it extremely overpriced (for Lisbon where you can get a great meal and wine for two for $44) Additionally, this is about a $15 cab ride from the center, but...More
I would recommend getting a taxi or Über, both should not cost more than 10-15 euros
You can also catch Tram 28 going west towards Bairo Alto and walk last 10 minutes or so from the tram stop