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We stopped at this place because it looked very cozy, friendly and personal. Carlos is another reason to visit this place! We had a fun conversation with him while we were enjoying the wines ( both red and white were exceptional!) and the cheese and...More
First of all... Go visit the Palace in Quelez as its stunning... Then visit Carlos for stories and wine. He is charming and full of knowledge about wines of Lisbon . We happily spent an hour enjoying his company, several glasses of rose and ginja!
A great wine bar with variety of wines and vey good and professional explanation of Portuguese wines with mr. Carlos, I strongly recommend this fantastic wine bar to any one who wants to have a unforgettable time in Portugal. thanks
Ok, I have to admit that I have this fantasy about Portugal. Fantastic music, soulful people sharing their feelings around amazing locally produced wine in a small family restaurant while being served a variety of local cheeses, sausage grilled at the table...well all of these...More
We visit Queluz on a regular basis and always ensure we visit Carlos at Botequim da Paderia. Carlos always makes us feel really welcome. He has a wonderful selection of wines and always prepares us tasty nibbles to accompany the wine.
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We search for this little place for two days only to find it 5 minutes from where we were staying. It has no sign but is right behind the Gilia Restaurant. It was well worth searching for! An incredible assortment of wines with amazingly reasonable...More
Spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon in this lovely wine room. The owner, a man called Carlos, offers not only a horde of delicious wine, cheeses, and meats, but a wealth of knowledge for visitors visiting Lisbon and this neighbourhood of Queluz. The shop is located...More
Great little store to visit and purchase a bottle of wine or port or to sit and have a glass of either and chat with the owner. Carlos Fernandes knows a great deal about the area and if not too busy very willing to sit...More