The 5 Restaurants You Must Visit In Lisbon, Portugal
A Foodie Guide To Eating In Lisbon.
This beautiful city has much to offer and their delicious eateries are a definite highlight. From the neighbourhood of Bairro Alto to the elegant center of Chiado, these restaurants will take your tastebuds on a journey through many different cuisines and will most probably surpass your own monotonous lockdown eats! We hope this points you in the direction of gastronomical heaven!
Sat on the Avenida da Liberdade, this buzzing restaurant celebrates a fusion of Asian cultures and heritage and showcases the Portuguese legacy in the Orient. The menu is fantastically packed with assorted ingredients from sushi and dal to pad thai and robata grilled chicken satay! Bursting with flavours, this spot will become a Lisboa favourite for sure!
Pastéis de Belém
Ah, the Pastel de Nata. An absolute must-try custard-filled pastry that can be perfectly paired with an espresso along the streets of Belém. The first Pastel de Belem was made in 1837 by the monks of the neighbouring Jerónimos Monastery, and today, the magical recipe still remains a secret. (Dam, we're bummed too!) So when visiting the Pastéis de Belém you are certainly promised a luxurious taste of individuality and originality from these sweet treats. Enjoy the taste of tradition!
Headed by top chef, José Avillez, this restaurant offers a totally unique Portuguese gastronomical experience in the romantic neighbourhood of Chiado. Bursting with different flavours and textures, and exuberant food presentation, it is no wonder this culinary pro has 2 Michelin stars!
In Portugal, the recipes for salted cod (bacalhau) are infinite and this is no more true than in this cod hot-spot! This elegant yet relaxed setting of Parque das Nações is the perfect location to excite your tastebuds with the traditional flavours of the sea.
By The Wine
Located in the Bairro Alto, in the heart of Lisbon, By The Wine is the ideal space for lovers of the national Portuguese cuisine and lovers of fine wine, with vibrant energy oozing out of its doors. To complement the quality national wines, there is homemade Algarve bread, a myriad of cheeses and many sweets. In a setting of trendy cool decor, a lively bubbling bar and delicious tasting aperitifs, you would be delusional to not hit this Lisbonite hot spot!