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Bakery
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“Some say the best filled croissants in Lisboa. We say great breakfast right on our doorstep.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“CUISINE: Japanese • This is my favourite local Japanese restaurant. Although they also serve sushi, my favourite dishes are the more traditional Japanese meals. Yuko Yamamoto, a Japanese based in Portugal for more than a decade, goes far beyond sushi and extends to traditional Japanese dishes made with the seasonal products. Famous are the takoyaki (fried octopus balls), the salmon zukedon (salmon marinated over sushi rice) or the ika somen (squid sashimi). Try it out! :)”
  • 16 locals recommend
Café
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“Founded in 1778 under the name Café da Neve (Snow Café), it then sold sorbets that in that period were famous across the city. In 1829, after a number of owners, it was sold to Martinho Bartolomeu Rodrigues, with the café soon becoming popularly known by the name of its new owner. Leading figures in Portuguese intellectual life were regulars with the café achieving its greatest fame due to the great universal poet Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935). In the café, he wrote the "Message", the only book he was to see published in his lifetime. The table where Pessoa would normally sit seems to be awaiting his return. On the walls, photographs reveal moments from the poet´s life in the Lisbon of the 30s”
  • 23 locals recommend
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“Slightly more expensive than a 7€ tasca but with more eye for detail on the traditional Portuguese kitchen”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A gastronomic experience, it's Portuguese with a twist. Bookings are essential.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Bar
“A beer museum and restaurant. Seriously, what more do you need? They have what we consider one of the best pastel de bacalhau ever. That's a cod fish cake in case you're wondering. Sounds crazy, but it's really crazy good. Located in the main city square by the river [Praça do Comércio]”
  • 4 locals recommend
Café
  • 1 local recommends
Snack Place
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“Portuguese sandwiches highly priced for locals, but quite yummy (ok, for Lisbon standards - you have to travel around the country to find the real yummy)! I lived in this neighboorhood for more than 10y and just discovered this place on my last year living there, which means Baixa can still have some secrets. Mostly locals go to this place, since it's a bit out of the beaten track. Around 6-7 euros per sandwich. Favorite sandwiches: suckling pig (this is quite great by any PT standards!) and fried cuttlefish ("choco").”
  • 8 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“A restaurant/bar serving light and full meals at very reasonable prices. Its set menu is a killer deal, but there’s a lot more on offer. The black pork tenderloin is tender and juicy, other meat flavoursome and its tapas and wine are unmissable. Open every day until 2am. Location”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This family run restaurant serves quality Portuguese home-style fair and reasonable honest prices. Highly recommended. (Metro: Chiado or Tram 28)”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“As the name itself suggests, Hamburgueria Gourmet - Café do Rio is a restaurant specialised in hamburgers”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Amazing vegan/vegetarian place with a middle eastern inspiration ( make sure to try the za'atar flatbreads), also good for boozy brunches and evenings with a live DJ ”
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 1 local recommends
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“Tired of Portuguese Food?. Try this little south american gem. Qosqo serves tasty Peruvian food, has a friendly service and is only a short 15 minute walk away.”
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 1 local recommends
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“CUISINE: Pizza • Romana is the only pizzeria with mass of high digestibility using whole milled organic flours. The used ingredients are selected from the best local Italian and Portuguese productions. Ideal for a quick lunch.”
  • 1 local recommends