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Bistro em sérvio significa “limpo e claro”, nome que vem das raízes do Chef Ljubomir. Depois de ter participado no Festival Lumière, no Canadá, onde depois de muitas ideias surgirem e outras ideias que o Chef já tinha, nasceu então em Lisboa, o Bistro 100 Maneiras. A carta é uma mistura de criações inspiradas na gastronomia portuguesa, jugoslava, francesa e italiana. Venceu a nível mundial os Monocle Restaurant Awards 2017.
Nascido num país em guerra, a antiga Jugoslávia, o Chef Ljubomir Stanisic veio para Portugal em 1997 onde encontrou paz e amor. Ljubomir, tem diversas formações, e trabalhou ao lado do Chef Vítor Sobral, com quem ganhou muita experiência e considera um segundo pai. 100 Maneiras, vem da inspiração da mãe, que confeccionava batatas de muitas formas diferentes. O seu mérito já foi reconhecido com vários prémios, e com alguns programas de televisão como o Pesadelo na Cozinha, onde foi o apresentador.
A really special experience to dine here. Interesting and delicious food and wine, and fabulous staff who were all really welcoming and fun. Special thanks to Claudio for looking after us.
Bistro 100 Maneiras is my favorite restaurant in the city. Every time I’m visiting Lisbon we pass by to checkout their new menu, it’s always a pleasant surprise!
All the dishes we chose were amazing, the risotto with mushrooms and shrimps was the best one i ever tasted. The desserts were ok but not exceptional. Would definitely suggest it! Great experience overall!
Welcoming service, good cocktails, average food. Really didn't care for one of the main dishes we ordered. Didn't eat it and told the server it wasn't great. The server said they'd advise the chef but charged us for the dish anyway. This response was disappointing since we spent 140€
Decoration of the dish I ate is beautiful. Taste is awesome!
All flash an no substance. Bartender recommended a gin cocktail he described as "bitter and spicy" then took 10 minutes to prepare a glass of fruit juice over ice. Food is similarly focused on looking expensive, rather than being attractive or tasty. Enormous, tough prawn with unnecessary foam, Well-cooked steak practically crowded off the plate by cluttered garnish stacked on inedible, stale croutons.
Amazing food, nice atmosphere. Typical but different at the same time. Prices are high but fully aligned with the quality of food, service and experience.
Friendly restaurant with knowledgeable staff
It’s a great little restaurant. The little sister of the restaurant with the same name. Good food and very good service. They gave Good advice also for wine.
Very noisy place, very uncomfortable. Food average does not worth the price.
We had a lovely evening in this friendly and relaxed restaurant. We started with some outstanding cocktails from the list, followed by some great cooking while being looked after by the attentive staff, thanks.
Great service and food. Staff is amazing as always and they take good care. If possible ask table on upstairs where is nice atmosphere. Warmly recommend!
Food is amazing! Made in heaven! Service was really bad and slow. We waited 35min to be attended and when asked to order, it was interrupted as the waiter went to serve wine to another table and then just forgot about us. Some things we had to remind them to bring to the table. The wine was warm and we had to wait 10min to cool down, also wine list was showing wine from 2017 while the bottle we got was from 2018. Maybe the night was really busy, but a restaurant like this should be prepared.
Great restaurant. Food and service was A1.
Absolutely wonderful experience! Don’t miss grabbing a cocktail at the bar before dinner.
Excellente reception and sercice. About the food, a mixture of different tastes which made the dishes kind of special.
Place looks amazing and decoration is well thought. Food was a bit disappointing, more quantity than quality and it took quite a long time to get our main courses despite the fact there were only a handful of us in there. I was expecting a lot more from this place but sadly it did not deliver...
Our reservation was for 19:30. I called at 18:25 and asked if we could come at 19:00 and was told yes it was not a problem. Our group arrived at 19:00 (except one guest) and we were told to wait at the bar until the other guest arrived. The four of us ordered drinks and we were enjoying ourselves as this restaurant as a fantastic cocktail program. At 19:30 the 5th guest still had no arrived and he explained he was stuck in traffic. The host came over to us about 5 minutes later and was clearly irritated and asked if we could take a table and 'order our dinners' because our reservation was at 19:00 and it was now almost 19:35 and he needed the table for the next group. It's ironic because our original reservation wasn't until 19:30. The host was also incredibly rude. We sat down and the last guest arrived at 19:40. The meal was fantastic as it always is at this restaurant, but I'm not sure I'll go back for the food after being treated so rudely. I'd definitely go back for a cocktail, but that's about it.
Edgy interesting interior well suited to the creative cooking style. Delicious.
My second time here in Lisbon on holiday and my second time to Bistro 100 Maneiras. This is in a great location in the Bairro Alto. A relaxed, cool atmosphere with great decor and friendly staff. The cocktail list is very unique, as is the menu, which mixes Portuguese with some East Asian influences. The food was prepared perfectly - 65 day dry aged steak, spiced octopus, shrimp and mushroom risotto. Pretty good wine list too, although I think the value of the drinks is less than with the food here.
De Segunda a Domingo das 19h às 02h
Largo da Trindade 9, 1200-466, Lisbon, Portugal
Triple cê: comida, cocktails & convívio. Situado no Largo da Trindade em pleno Chiado, o Bistro 100 Maneiras tem a assinatura do chef Ljubomir Stanisic. Este restaurante é irmão mais novo do 100 Maneiras do Bairro Alto, mas com um conceito de comida mais tradicional. Decorado a branco e preto, Bistro significa limpo e claro em sérvio.
O chef nascido em Saravejo traz-nos especialidades do seu país como Burek jugoslavo de queijo fresco e espinafres e Kadum butic, mas também pratos típicos portugueses como o bitoque, servido num cone de pão. O que também não falta é pão quentinho, isto porque no segundo andar junto a uma das salas do restaurante o chef instalou uma padaria.
Tem dois pisos, cerca de 70 lugares, sala para fumadores e não fumadores, um privado, bar de cocktails e está aberto desde o almoço até de madrugada. Aconselha-se reserva de mesa.
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