Dom Queijo

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N.º 21 de 14995 sitios para comer en Lisboa
CerradoAbre a las 12:00
Contemporanea, Europea, Portuguesa, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: 20-30 €
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Campo Grande 232C
Lisboa, Distrito de Lisboa, Portugal
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Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal es una estupenda atracción turística para aquellos que vienen a comer a este restaurante tras un largo paseo. Todos sus visitantes están encantados con la exquisita cocina portuguesa de Dom Queijo. La mayoría de críticos creen que puedes comer aquí con confianza un sorprendente queso mascarpone, un bien trabajado risotto y un singular queso roquefort. El plato más sabroso es su casera quijada. Muy probablemente, acabarás viniendo de nuevo a este lugar en otra ocasión para probar un extraordinario vino.

La atmósfera cálida de este lugar consigue que sus clientes se sientan relajados y disfruten de un rato estupendo. Se comenta que aquí el personal esta bien entrenado. Te va a gustar su divino servicio. Podemos recomendar este establecimiento por sus precios asequibles. La decoración de este restaurante ha sido catalogada de hogareña. En sus comentarios, los usuarios de Zomato le han dado a Dom Queijo una valoración de 4,8.

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Easily the best restaurant we experienced in Lisbon.

We found Dom Queijo online and read the fantastic reviews, so decided to make a reservation and see what the fuss was about. And if I am being completely honest... it was even better than what I had expected! 

The owner welcomed us on arrival and made us feel like VIPs the entire evening.

The restaurant is small but cosy. There is a few tables outside and about 8 tables inside for seating. It is definitely recommended to make a booking prior to arriving here. Not something you want to miss out on! 

The menu is small but changes every two weeks. This isn't something you find often, but I think it really added to the restaurant by giving it more character. It extended on the established intimate setting. Naturally we ended up ordering one of everything. So, here is everything you need to know about each dish: 

Dinner Menu - Week 30/04 to 04/05

Couverts
1. "Homemade Breadsticks" - Bread, Olive Oil and Gruyere Homemade Breadsticks. 3€
It's a basic starter but great to get those pre-dinner nibbles out on.
2. "Alentejano Cheese Bread" - Nisa Cheese and Portuguese Chorizo Cheese Bread. 3€
**INCREDIBLE FLAVOURS - WARNING: HIGHLY ADDICTIVE** This was easily one of my favourite dishes of the evening. It's light but the flavours mix to make something incredible. It is served on a jam that delicately balances the saltiness of the dish out with a touch of sweetness. Would go back, just for this dish. 

Appetizer
1. "Quesadilla" - with Feta and Rabacal, Chipotle, Pico de Gallo and Sour Cream 6€
2. "Grilled Halloumi" - 6€
** A CROWD PLEASER ** This dish was served differently to how it was described in the menu. However, the surprise was welcomed warmly. The pickled onion addition to each piece of Halloumi matched and added incredible flavour to the cheese dish. 

Main Course
1. "Duck Breast" - with a Brie de Meaux and Cauliflower pure and an Apricot gel. 17€
Delicious mix of flavours. The meat was cooked perfectly. The highlight of this dish was the Cauliflower Pure. So light and creamy - delicious.
2. "Salmon Loin" - with a Goat Cheese and White Grape Sauce and grilled baby vegetables. 17€
The serving size was perfect.

Dessert
1. "Marscapone Cream" - with Lime and Mint Ice-Cream 6€
**CANNOT BE MISSED** - As we got deeper into the bowl, we were immersed with more layers of a sweet sensation that was delicately balanced with the lime and mint ice-cream. Wow - this is something, that also got cleaned up pretty quickly with pure ease.
2. "Deconstructed Cheesecake" - with Macerated Pineapple and Pomegranate and a Toasted Nuts Crumble 5€
**This dish was a light finish to the evenings dishes. If you're a fan of cheesecake, this is definitely one worth trying. The deconstructed take on the dish, allows you to mix each flavour with the portions you desire.
3. A Special Surprise - the owner surprised us with a third dessert that he was trialling. It was served in a ceramic dish that looked more like a pot plant. 
It was only on taste that all the flavours came rushing together to create one of the most delicate Tiramisu's I have ever tasted. A type of chocolate has been shaved and used throughout which really gives it that stand out flavour. Safe to say, the ceramic dish looked completely clean by the time I was done.

Overall, our visit to Dom Queijo was an incredible tasting experience that will be cherished and remembered. The quality of service and food was an absolute stand out and truly made for a fantastic evening. We almost passed on the desserts, but thankfully the owner recommended we did not. Thankfully we listened! If you're visiting Dom Queijo - maybe consider beginning on a first round of desserts and then ending with a second round.. they are that good!

- Small intimate restaurant
- Outstanding service
- Great wine recommendations
- Incredible inventive dishes
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Campo Grande 232C, Lisboa, Distrito de Lisboa, Portugal
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Horario
LunesLun Cerrado
MartesMar 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
MiércolesMié 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
JuevesJue 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
ViernesVie 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
SábadoSáb 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
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