A Lisbon historic café, in the heart of glamorous Chiado, serves some of the best croissants in town in a aristocratic ambience.
21 347 3133
9am - 11pm
Traditional Portuguese food, with a mix of international flavours, served in a spacious and casual old factory canteen boastin an industrial decor.
Top-notch fresh fish, great beer, good prices and a lively atmosphere makes it one of Lisbon’s best seafood spots.
If you’re around Baixa-Chiado, come here to eat Alsatian pizza-like dish, drink craft beer and enjoy a modern and informal atmosphere.
Open every day.
If you want to get a taste of Fado for the first time, this restaurant is a great choice – and won’t ruin your budget.
Sun-Thu, 1pm-10:30pm / Fri-Sat, 1pm-11:30pm
The humble home of Lisbon’s first fadista was rebuilt and today houses a great place to eat Portuguese food and listen to the mournful wail of Fado.
A restaurant with all the key ingredients for a genuine Fado experience – traditional food, welcoming atmosphere, and great singers.
Entering this 18th-century café and restaurant is like opening a window to Lisbon’s past.
7am-11pm | Lunch: 12pm-3pm | Dinner: 7pm-10pm
The best of the new Portuguese cuisine wonderfully prepared by the Michelin-starred chef José Avillez at a state-of-the-art restaurant.
Tue-Sat, Lunch: 12:30pm-3pm | Dinner: 7pm-11pm
Tasteful fish and seafood prepared with sophistication and subtlety.
Mon - Sun, 12 pm - 1am
A comfy brunch spot, centrally located in Lisbon Downtown, with excellent food and good value for money.
Wed- Fri, 8:30am - 7:00pm / Sat-Sun, 10am - 7:30pm
Delicious Portuguese food, great wine and a cool atmosphere, located in Bairro Alto, one of the city’s nightlife epicentres.
213464811 / 912308225
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