Lisbon's longest-running vegetarian dining option is as good as ever. It offers dishes including Tibetan momo, seitan steak and tofu sausages. The lunchtime set menus are excellent value, and there's French cider if you don't fancy one of the many herbal teas. Seating in the dining room is rather cramped, so this isn't a place to relax over a long meal. A small shop at the entrance sells Tibetan items, and there's a Buddhist centre upstairs (open 10am-3pm, 4.30-7pm Mon-Fri).
|Venue name:||Os Tibetanos||Contact:|
Rua do Salitre, 117
|Opening hours:||12.15-2.45pm, 7.30-10.30pm Mon-Fri; 12.45-3.45pm, 8-11pm Sat|
|Price:||Main courses €9-€13|