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All reviews brunch avocado toast salad breakfast place alfama area lovely cafe healthy food fresh orange juice fresh ingredients home made cozy place amazing food castle strawberry cappuccino cheese homemade
我們在里斯本住了3個月，這是我們多次光顧的唯一一家餐廳。 它使用最新鮮的食材。 食物簡單，乾淨，美味。
we stayed in Lisbon for 3 months and this is the only restaurant we visited multiple times. it uses the freshest Ingredients. The food is simple, clean and tasty. Highly recommend!
This place is a little gem. We've been in Portugal for a few months and while I love the Portuguese breakfasts of coffee and savoury pastries we'd been craving something a little more substantial and ....tasty.
The food is a triumph. I've since recommended it...to a few friends and everyone has loved it - not only the food & juices but also the very chill atmosphere. It's a little tricky to find, but once you do it's so worth it.
Date of visit: December 2020
Laura, Propriétaire at Augusto Lisboa, responded to this reviewResponded 4 December 2020
Thanks a lot Steve for those sweet word :) We are delighted that our brunch pleased you. We wish we will see you again as soon as possible :)
Great spot in a beautiful neighborhood. I love coming in to grab a bite and work during the week and during the weekend to have some wine and brunch with friends. I always order the “Muita fome” a 14€ menu that serves a massive toast...(go for the Avocado Toast, it’s divine), a small bowl of your choosing (the Big Hug is perfect on a chilly day), as well as a hot beverage and a juice. Go for the food and stay for the excellent service! Laura and her staff speak multiple languages and make the spot feel like home away from home. Expert tip for those visiting Lisbon on a Tuesday or Saturday: get some breakfast at Augusto and then take a stroll through Feira da Ladra, one of the city’s oldest and most traditional flea markets that’s a short walk away.More
Date of visit: October 2020
Laura_Lisb, Propriétaire at Augusto Lisboa, responded to this reviewResponded 27 October 2020
Thank You very Much Lola ! Very Glad You appreciated that much :)
Hope to you again !!
Beautiful coffee place. Nice interior design, it’s really colorful and welcoming. Staff is great and helpful. They speak a lot of languages from Portuguese, to French, English and so on. The food is beyond words. So tasty, was there during my whole stay. Every morning...as my Airbnb was located next to it. The owner Laura is the best host you’ll meet around Alfama. She loves what she does. Quality over quantity basically! Try the avocado and ham toasts, the banana bread with their homemade peanut butter is to die for and of course their fresh juices.More
Date of visit: October 2020
Laura_Lisb, Propriétaire at Augusto Lisboa, responded to this reviewResponded 22 October 2020
Thank You so Marie for those Sweet word :) It always a pleasure to have costumer like you !
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