Restaurants in Lisbon

Alvaro Leiva

Gastronomy is Lisbon's unequivocal pride and joy—the city is jam-packed with traditional tascas and tabernas serving up a seafood-d... Read More

Gastronomy is Lisbon's unequivocal pride and joy—the city is jam-packed with traditional tascas and tabernas serving up a seafood-driven bounty. But contemporary Portuguese cuisine is on the upswing as well, led by chef José Avillez (Belcanto) and his upstart culinary compatriots, Henrique Sé Pessoa (Alma), Ljubomir Stanisac (100 Maneiras), Alessandre Silva (Loco), and João Rodrigues (Feitoria). Deciding where to eat in Lisbon can be painstakingly difficult, but there’s always Time Out Mercado da Ribeira, which gathers the city's best gastronomic feats into one massively convenient gourmet dining hall.

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  • 100 Maneiras

    100 Maneiras was one of the first restaurants in Lisbon to embrace local ingredients and traditions in a gourmet experience. Serbian chef Ljubomir... Read More

  • Alma

    Celebrity chef Henrique Sá Pessoa's Alma is a major player in Lisbon's fine-dining renaissance. Amid inviting hardwood surroundings, Pessoa's charred... Read More

  • Bairro do Avillez

    The latest chapter in the Chiado culinary empire of José Avillez (his Belcanto is the city's only restaurant with two Michelin stars) is a multi-space... Read More

  • Belcanto

    Lisbon's only Michelin-two-stared restaurant is the pinnacle of chef José Avillez's culinary empire in Chiado, the city's chicest district. Refined and... Read More

  • Cervejaria Ramiro

    Simplicity is the key here: Pluck the freshest shellfish possible from surrounding waters, slap it on the grill with modest seasonings (salt, pepper,... Read More

  • Feitoria

    Chef João Rodrigues runs Belém's Michelin-starred Feitoria, the most exciting and interesting of the city's starred brigade. Tasting menus ($90 to $152)... Read More

  • Landeau

    As the story goes, Sofia Landeau's chocolate cake was so distractingly good at her previous restaurant of employ, Café Vertigo, that it became the main... Read More

  • Loco

    A suspended olive tree greets guests at the entrance of Portugal Top Chef alum Alessandre Silva's Loco, the boldest new restaurant in Lisbon. The... Read More

  • Taberna da Rua das Flores

    Hurry up and wait at this intimate bohemian tavern in Chiado—its no-reservations culture is no deterrent to determined diners, who flock here for the... Read More

  • Time Out Mercado da Ribeira

    Time Out magazine turned Lisbon's standard 122-year-old urban market into a gourmet food court in 2014. Today, it's an overwhelming foodie free-for-all... Read More

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