Sol e Pesca

What better place to savour the ultra-delicious Portuguese canned fish than a former fishermen’s store turned into an unconventional bar?

Rua Nova do Carvalho, 44 1200-292 Lisbon

213467203

} Mon - Wed, 12pm - 2am / Thu - Sat, 12pm - 4am

Once you step inside, the first thing you notice is the themed decoration – walls covered with fishing paraphernalia and cupboards filled with fish cans of all shapes, sizes, and colours. Then you smell the distinguishable odour of tinned fish, and the stage is set for you to sample the best of the Portuguese canned seafood.

The menu offers an assortment of canned foods. Snack on tinned tuna, sardines and anchovies, accompanied by bread and a fresh beer – for less than €2!

Here’s a tip: don’t leave without buying some cans, a great tasty gift to take back home.

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Whether you just want to take a deep breath and relax in a friendly place or you’re looking for the perfect starting point for a tour around Lisbon’s nightlife, this is an excellent option.

Located in Cais do Sodré, the old red light district now packed with vibrant nightlife spots, it’s open till late.

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