Visiting a new country and experience new food can be exhausting, especially when you aren’t necessarily fond of the local fare. While Lisbon has great culinary traditions, everyone needs a break at some point, and Come Prima provides travelers with a delicious and familiar alternative. This restaurant features all the Italian classics, with wood fire oven-baked thin crust pizzas, homemade pasta and sauce, and a great selection of wine from Italy (and Portugal too). Also nice is the English proficiency of the staff and a genuine welcoming atmosphere. If you’re spending more than a few days in Lisbon, this restaurant is worthy of your break from Portuguese cuisine.
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