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Food and restaurants in Lisboa

Top restaurants

Restaurant
“Internationally renowned chef, José Avillez's 2 Michelin starred restaurant - bookings are essential.”
  • 49 locals recommend
Gastropub
“Ligth Meals: It’s a charming, low-it space with exposed stone walls decorated with old furnishing and with a gallery space for temporary exhibitions. Its also a net café.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Fusion food — Some expensive: 20-25€ — They speak English and German — The desserts are delicious”
  • 25 locals recommend
Café
“To come by underground: In the airport there's a underground station. You will be in red line. You must take the train and Go until “Alameda station”. When you're there, you must change to Green line and Go until “baixa-chiado station”. When you arrive there, you must take the "rua do crucifixo" exit and walk ahead until a lifter called "elevador do castelo". This lifter brings you almost here. You will have to walk just around 200m. But the lifter closes on 9 p.m. and coming by underground you must take around 40 minutes. The underground costs 1,45/person, the lifter is Free ”
  • 107 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
“One of my favorite asian restaurants. You can't make a reservation, you have to wait in line but it will be worth it :)”
  • 10 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Get your best dress and prepare your wallet. Great atmosphere and location.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa doesn't disappoint, bookings are hard to come by so book in advance, it's worth splashing out for a delicious meal.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
“Every day there is a vegan buffet for lunch (€ 7.50) and dinner (€ 9.50) at Jardim das Cerejas. The banquet can include eggplant-filled lasagna, cauliflower and soy meat, organic tofu broccoli, courgette chickpea curry, carrots, sweet potatoes and coconut and mango sauce, or vegetable meatballs with passion fruit sauce. . These dishes, which change every day, are always added basmati rice with nuts and sultanas, paparis, pizza, pakoras and salads. ”
  • 12 locals recommend

Cafes

Café
“Have a drink and eat a pastel in this sublime meetic café where Fernando Pessoa came to drink his coffee , and see his bronze statue on the terrrace , what a moving back to the past!// Boire un verre et déguster un pastel dans ce sublime et mythique endroit , ou Fernando Pessoa venait boire son café , et apercevoir sa statue de bronze sur la terrasse ,quel émouvant retour dans le passé!”
  • 13 locals recommend
Gastropub
“Ligth Meals: It’s a charming, low-it space with exposed stone walls decorated with old furnishing and with a gallery space for temporary exhibitions. Its also a net café.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Fusion food — Some expensive: 20-25€ — They speak English and German — The desserts are delicious”
  • 25 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Get your best dress and prepare your wallet. Great atmosphere and location.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Contemporary Café/ Romantic/ Very well decorated/ Good food/ Prices - medium rate”
  • 3 locals recommend
Café
  • 2 locals recommend

Bakeries

Café
“To come by underground: In the airport there's a underground station. You will be in red line. You must take the train and Go until “Alameda station”. When you're there, you must change to Green line and Go until “baixa-chiado station”. When you arrive there, you must take the "rua do crucifixo" exit and walk ahead until a lifter called "elevador do castelo". This lifter brings you almost here. You will have to walk just around 200m. But the lifter closes on 9 p.m. and coming by underground you must take around 40 minutes. The underground costs 1,45/person, the lifter is Free ”
  • 107 locals recommend
Pastry Shop
“Não deixe de provar os sabores intensos das doçarias conventuais portuguesas. Na Alcoa você irá provar os melhores! Difícil é comer um só... ;D Dont forget to taste the intense flavors of tradicional portuguese desserts. At Alcoa you will taste the best! Difficult to eat one ...; D”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
“ Every region of Portugal has its own sweet specialties, and here you'll find many of those treats, carefully made from centennial recipes.”
  • 1 local recommends