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- Andrew GIncredible food and kind and generous owners who made me feel right at home! I'll be back and will recommend this experience to all my friends who visit Lisbon.
- Lisa WIf you are looking for a delicious, traditional Portuguese dinner look no further. This place was hands down our favorite meal during our trip. Service is professional and friendly. The owner came around twice to check on us and our waiter was full of excellent recommendations. The atmosphere is slightly upscale but the dress is casual. We arrived with reservations on a Monday night (but not needed since we dined at 1900). Olives dressed in fresh parsley and garlic and bread were already on the table. The olives (€1.50) were delightful. We passed on the bread to save room and were not charged for them. Entrees are a bit pricey for the area but the portions are huge! Everything was cooked to perfection and well-seasoning. We preferred the pork and clams over the cod but both were delicious. If you are light eaters I recommend sharing a meal. The wine list is well curated with lots of local wine. We order a wonderful Vinho Verde (€18) to wash everything down with. Make sure you save r...
- Ruben SThis one of the best dinner experience we had. The lady (perhaps the owner) took care of us greatly by explaining and offering the right food menu's and wine choices. Food was amazing and friendly for both seafood and non seafood eater. Will definitely recoomend this place to anyone!
Já velhas, senhoras da província fundaram esta casa de pasto em 1925 - baptizada Casa d’As Velhas.
Aqui confeccionavam os pratos que melhor conheciam da região norte de Portugal, de onde provinham.
A equipa de sala, também feminina, servia os cozidos e guizados em mesas corridas aos trabalhadores, visitantes e foliões do bairro.
A vizinhança era animada, por influência do parque Mayer e porque se viviam tempos de pós-guerra - os loucos anos 20.
Old Ladies «As Velhas» from the countryside settled here in 1925 to cook comfort food. The clients were attended only by waitresses who served stewed dishes, in long dining tables.
With time, the neighborhood becomes the center of theaters, games and popular fairs, especially in the near Parque Mayer, attracting the bohemians and revelers.
In the same family for nearly four decades, As
Velhas Restaurant continue serving timeless recipes to the lovers of portuguese
cuisine, in honor of the Old Ladies.