Tuesday, January 8, 2019

EAT | Zero Zero, Lisbon

Even tho I love pizza and pasta, I haven't been to an Italian restaurant in a while. And Italian restaurants are that the most safe place you can go. You know you are going to have a good meal no matter what you ask for. It's the magic of Italian food.

We visited Zero Zero on a Saturday night, for dinner. We were around Parque das Nações, and we were looking for a place with vegetarian options and Zero Zero seemed like a great place to go.

We called in advance to book a table, and the staff told us that they don't accept reservations, but that didn't seem to be a problem because there were plenty tables available. We asked for a table outside, because it was a warm night and the sun was going down over the river... everything was just creating such a nice sunset ambiance, that honestly made our meal taste so much better.


After sorting the menu, where everything sounded extremely appetizing, I opted for the Spinach Ravioli while my friend went for a pizza. My ravioli were amazing! Really tasteful and perfectly cooked! They come with a really nice tomato sauce, extremely flavorful and velvety. I only wish there were more on my serving! My friend's pizza was so good, that I almost regretted not eating a pizza as well! The crust was thin and not too crispy, and the sauce really rich and flavorful! We asked for a bottle of wine and we ended up having to help and teach the girl on how to open the wine bottle because she didn't knew how to do it, but other than that the service was really good and the staff really nice. It's not a cheap restaurant but I it wasn't that expensive. It's a nice place to go and hang with some friends, talk about life or just have a nice romantic date. 


22 comments:

  1. Ainda não tinha ouvido falar desse restaurante mas fico muito contente por ter boas opções veggie, e não algo apenas para "despachar", como tantas vezes acontece... Uma refeição deliciosa e o pôr-do-sol parece-me perfeito!

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  2. That looks so yummy! I love ravioli:D And thanks for the follow. Following back!

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  3. This looks delicious. I love Italian cuisine.

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  5. Clarooo :PP assim sempre podemos encontrar algumas coisas a preço de saldo eheh :)
    Tens de ir partilhando o teu cantinho connosco :D

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  6. Hello,

    So lovely !

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  7. Hello,

    So lovely !

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  8. Ainda ontem estava a falar com o meu marido que precisava urgentemente de conhecer italianos novos por Lisboa! Vou aceitar o sugestão!

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  9. Não conheço! Mas parece delicioso!

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  10. Ah que bom aspeto! Tenho de fazer uma pesquisa por restaurantes assim no Porto

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  11. Tem tudo um ar delicioso, esta na minha lista de locais que quero conhecer.

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  12. Que bom aspeto!!
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  14. You'll choose the spot when we meet, girl! ;)

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  15. Só fui uma vez a um italiano (resisti a não pedir pizza) e realmente num bom restaurante italiano é difícil comer mal :)

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  16. Já tenho ido à zero zero e a essa do Parque das Nações, gosto imenso do spaghetti vongole!

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