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Mario and Werner love cats. It's why they named their restaurant after a feline (the bistro's logo resembles a domestic cat but with the spots of a leopard). This place is like walking into someone's... Read More
Mario and Werner love cats. It's why they named their restaurant after a feline (the bistro's logo resembles a domestic cat but with the spots of a leopard). This place is like walking into someone's front room, and the domestic ambiance is tangible. Vintage wooden furniture is used throughout, with leather-clad chairs and an old sofa adding to the lived-in appeal. Werner is from Switzerland so he's embellished the menu with a selection of crêpes, both sweet and savoury. The international flavour is further enhanced with dishes like ravioli funghi porcini. Portuguese options include prato tira-gostos com pão, and the kitchen always offers a dish of the day. When it gets really busy (especially Tuesday and Saturday lunchtimes due to crowds visiting a nearby flea market) tables are set outside on the sidewalk. From here, diners can gaze at the trams trundling past São Vicente de Fora church.
Rua de São Vicente 10
+351 934 696 871
- Fri-Tue Noon-10pm
- Hours May Vary Seasonally
- Best for Lunch, Alfama/Graça's Best Restaurants Because: A place to chill over good food in homely and unhurried surroundings. Cat lovers take note.
- Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Quirky Bistrô & Brecho Gató Pardo is a well-known local haunt but also a favourite with independent tourists and, of course, cat lovers.