49-50 Beauchamp Place, London, London, SW3 1NY
- Tel: 020 7589 3002
Traditionally the oldest Portuguese restaurant in London, O Fado is well presented with pink tablecloths and charming tiled pictures on the walls. The menu offers a wide range of local dishes and there is live guitar music playing most nights. Catering for private parties of up to 40 guests is available upon request.
Services and products
- Average three-course meal price: £28
- Average main-course price: £15
- Portuguese cuisine
- Style: Traditional Restaurant
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Portuguese traditions at O Fado
18/03/2009 by londonlover
I was born in Mozambique (a former Portuguese colony), raised in the UK. I do not have present memories of Portuguese food as my African mother does. Neither my English father. But since I found out this Portuguese restaurant, she is delighted every time I take her there, always excited explaining the dishes details as if she has cooked them herself. I gather from it that the dishes are as traditional as they were when she has once learnt them. They sure are as flavourful as my infancy meals. This restaurant has somehow given us very special family moments. So I subscribed for the Portuguese cuisine gastronomy the restaurant is promoting. And hope I manage to impress my children the same way.Report this
New Year’s Eve
03/01/2009 by Fantastic
I chose to spend New Year’s Eve at O Fado. My wife is half Portuguese and I thought it would be a good surprise for her. It was. From beginning to end, everything was well organised and the atmosphere was great. Food was superb and in good portions and the service was amazing. We were entitled to 5 courses, aperitif, digestive, champagne and a bottle of wine per person. The entertainment started with a guy playing romantic music followed by folkloric dances, then Fados and then live music to dance. It was undoubtedly a very complete menu and entertainment program for a good price. We both ended up having a wonderful evening. I will go back for the quiet ones now.Report this
08/12/2008 by CCF
The entrance of the restaurant (in a basement) doesn’t say much about what you are about to find. Down there, is like you are no longer in London, the waiters have a strong unknown funny accent, the food is not just pretty and no flavour but rather strangely mixed on the plate and scrumptiously flavoured. In the middle of dinner we had a charming lady singing a beautiful song in Portuguese. The Portuguese tiles with Lisbon images and the dancing light candles make it really inopportune to come up the stairs and be in London again. Either you want to go back inside for another Portuguese custard tart, or you want to take the next plane to Portugal. This restaurant is a lovely way of meeting another country, without wasting as much money.Report this
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