Em 2009, surgiu a primeira Tasca da Esquina. Localizada num bairro típico de Lisboa, onde a cultura e simpatia típica dos portugueses está presente em todos os cantos. Os criadores da Tasca da Esquina, estão juntos há mais de 17 anos. Podemos dizer que são três personalidades brilhantes e com uma criatividade única: Vítor Sobral, Hugo Nascimento e Luís Espadana. A cozinha é muito criativa, mas com muita tradição, onde os produtos portugueses são os protagonistas do prato.
O Chef Vítor Sobral é uma das maiores referências da gastronomia portuguesa. É um mestre em preparar, temperar e modernizar pratos típicos portugueses dando-lhe o sabor tipicamente português. Recebeu diversos prémios e é Chef gastronómico de várias marcas de renome, além de partilhar o seu conhecimento através de formação e escrita de livros.
Very good ambiance, nice place, and good food. Pork Shank is a must
Not sure why this place has great reviews, food was very salty and unable to be eaten. Had the chef special 5 course tasting menu. A disappointment especially for the price paid as this isn’t a cheap place
My return visit. Continues to be a little gem, with a very warm welcome. Went with my own selection of small tapas for my group of 4. Mostly hits, in particular the white clams, sauteed squid and pork cheeks, but I thought the sauteed octopus fillets were a bit tough. In fairness, my fellow diners were fine with it. Overall, a good night out.
Food just ok (odd flavours, gloopy sauces and oily eggs) while being hugely overpriced (the tapisco menu ranges from around 11 to 16 euros). Not particularly hygienic either - we found a bug in our bread basket. We live here and there are much better places to go to locally for much less. Go elsewhere.
It was really delicious food, nice staff with great service. If you like to share, we recommend to order several small starters to taste. We will come again!
Friendly waiters and very good service. Food quality good but doesn't match the price. Kinda overpriced for what you get. Overall grade: good but not exceptional.
A good choice if you want to taste portuguese cuisine. Kindly attention and professional team. Interesting wine list. Do not forget ask for the "pao de lo"!
Our meal was amazingly delicious, and so graciously served, worth every penny. The seafood was so fresh and plump and the ‘simple’ sauces so very delicious and intriguing. They present a selection of ‘welcome’ nibbles which are charged individually, so if you don’t want them all just leave untouched and ask to be charged just for what you decide to eat. We ordered a selection of small dishes, Petiscos, sautéed shrimps to die for, carpaccio cod with fried egg, mixed by the waiter at your table, fried squid, very lightly battered, not greasy. I had a glass of delicious light red wine called Splendidious. Which it was! 7euros but a large glass. Worth getting off the beaten track for, and, while in the area, why not visit the covered market nearby? (a more local/real experience than the Time Out version and a good alternative for a cheap meal).
What a gem of a restaurant! The staff were fantastic and very accommodating. Having decided on the tasting menu, we put ourselves in the hands of the chef and he didn’t disappoint! Delicious and subtle combinations ensued - real treat and good value too! Thank you! Highly recommended.
Service was great. Food good but over priced. Portions small.
We`ve chosen the Chef`s menu and was an amazing experience, almost as a trip through all Portugal and its flavours, great pairing with local wines. Totally recommend!
Very good choice for bacalhau and other typical portuguese tastes, with a modern touch, like filetes de polvo and bochecha de porco preto, which were really tasty. Very good choice of wines available, with many options.
Well worth the experience. A must-visit if you can only visit three places while in Lisbon. It was in our top two and we were lucky to get a reservation.
Incredible taste menu experience. You say what you don’t like or are allergic to and the chef compose a menu for you. Each small portion is accompanied by a glass of wine recommend by the sommelier. Not cheap but definitely worth the trip.
Superb noite !
Another great Victor Sobral restaurant experience! Great food, fresh and explosion of flavors, very pleasant waiters and service, A very excellent wine list.
Nice evening on my brothers birthday. Delicious food, friendly & professional staff - a place to go in Lisbon. Thanks very much!
Segunda a Sexta-feira das 12:30 às 15:30 - Sábado das 13h00 às 15h30.
Domingo das 12:30 às 13:00
Segunda a Sábado das 19:30 às 23:30
Domingo às 22:00
Rua Domingos Sequeira 41C, 1250-119, Lisbon, Portugal
Tasca da Esquina, sabores tradicionais Assim nasceu a Tasca da Esquina, num espaço acolhedor e funcional, com a simpatia de toda a equipa e com uma cozinha capaz de criar água na boca, onde pode almoçar na companhia dos Chefes e jantar na descontracção do momento, com descobertas surpreendentes.
Além da redescoberta da gastronomia de outros tempos numa versão moderna, na Tasca pode também saborear os vinhos mais marcantes
do nosso país.
Situada em Campo de Ourique e é o novo restaurante de Vítor Sobral. Um espaço agradável, bem iluminado e com confortáveis cadeiras forradas. Uma cozinha de qualidade onde se destacam os petiscos, com preço que variam entre os 4 e os 9 euros. Salientam-se as moelas fritas com maçã, codornizes com cerejas, fígado de aves com pêra e o requeijão com pimentos e poejos.
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