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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 bit noisy
Food was spot on! We loved every single bit that we ordered, from bread to dessert. Very good
Fabulous. Great food, great venue and exceptional service. The staff is passionate about the food and experience they want to provide and it shows.
We found the food descent but nothing special and certainly overpriced for what we ate. My mushroom risotto was very salty, The cuttlefish ( choco in Portuguese) was a very basic appetizer.. My husband had the suckling pig and that was okay. The winner of the night was the guava sorbet cheese foam dessert. That was excellent.
Delicious food. Outstanding service. The smoked trout dish was awesome. A wonderful evening.
We we’re a little disappointed. Food is quite heavy.
I had some dishes, one of them pumpking gnocchi. It was too soft, like a puree, but with shape, and didn’t like the taste. The others were nice, but I found it very expensive regarding quantity served. I must say the place was amazing and the service as well.
Really enjoyed our evening at 100 Maneiras (Bistro)! The food was gorgeous, service very attentive and lovely setting. The atmosphere was fabulous, even at 11pm! We had a great time, and would have returned, had we more time in Lisbon!
Beautiful restaurant with excellent food and Service
Most dishes really good and creative. Steak could have been more tender. Waitstaff knowledgeable. Loved the bar drinks. Wines are priced right and list is extensive. Would return.
The food is creative but not flashy. It is good cooking that stands behind it. Every dish has thought and intelligence and every dish is delicious.
Young, vibrant and v cool!
Very nice place, food presentation well done but most items tasteless, we had one main entree that was good but overall overpriced and there are so many better restaurants within that area I would not recommend this one
Food good but nothing special, way too pricey. Excellent service!!
Great service for great food! Will come back for sure
This restaurant was a complete mirage. It pretends to be part of the culinary elite touting new and inventive dishes when in reality it is an overpriced tourist trap. The food was mostly inedible. The only dish that was decent was the mushroom and asparagus appetizer, although hardly worth the price.
Came with high expectations, but this was our only disappointing dinner experience on a recent trip to Portugal, which was otherwise fantastic. Started with an unnecessary 40 minute wait for a table while watching several parties brought to their table before us. And no, it wasn't because the restaurant was operating on European time. Service at the table was equally below par. Food itself and its presentation was very nice, but by that point of the evening, I regretted coming here. Monocle award means nothing if this is you come here for. Choose another venue, there are a large number of better choices in this amazing city.
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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