Lisboa is full of restaurants with varying prices, producing international to regional cuisine. There are also several in the Docas area and the Parque das Nações. The shopping centres – Vasco da Gama, Colombo, Amoreiras, also have a variety of restaurants. Menus with prices are posted outside every restaurant door which makes it easier to choose according to your budget. We have mentioned some restaurants here, which you may wish to try, from reasonably priced to the well-known ones – expensive or above average (by Portuguese standards!).
- PAP’AÇORDA TIME OUT MARKET LISBOA:
Portuguese cuisine. Av 24 de Julho, 49. Tel: +351-21-3464811. Closed Monday. https://www.papacorda.com/
- VELA LATINA:
Overlooks the river and boats in Belém. Doca do Bom Sucesso Tel: +351-21-3017118. Closed: Sunday. https://www.velalatina.pt/
- RESTAURANTE ESTORIAS CASA DA COMIDA:
International cuisine. Pricey. Tv. Amoreiras, 1 Tel: +351-21-3860889. Dinner only. Closed: Sunday/Monday. https://www.casadacomida.pt/
- CASA DO ALENTEJO:
Cuisine from the Alentejo region. Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, 58. Tel: +351-21-3405140. Closed Monday. https://www.casadoalentejo.pt/
- MARTINHO DA ARCADA:
Portuguese cuisine. Praça do Comércio, 3. Tel: +351-21-8879259. https://martinhodaarcada.pt/
- A TRAVESSA:
International cuisine. Pricey. Dinner only. Closed Sunday. Trav. do Convento das Bernardas, 12 .Tel: +351-21-3940800. https://www.atravessa.com/
International cuisine. Pricey. Rua Portas de S. Antão, 25. Tel: +351-21-3421466. https://www.gambrinuslisboa.com/
Restuarant of celebrity Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa with Michelin Star. Rua Anchieta, 15 Lisbon. Tel: +351-213470650. Closed Sunday/Monday. https://www.almalisboa.pt/
- SOLAR DOS PRESUNTOS:
Famous restaurant in Lisbon. Rua Portas de Santo Antão, 150. Tel: +351-213424253. Closed Sunday. https://www.solardospresuntos.com/
The Docas area in Santos, left, has a variety of restaurants.
- PARQUE DAS NAÇÕES – PARK OF NATIONS:
Located where the Expo 1998 was held this area includes one of Lisboa’s best attractions the Oceanarium. The whole area was redeveloped and today it is one of main venues in Lisboa with restaurants, places for concerts and other entertainment provided throughout the year. Cable cars take you from one end to the other where you can enjoy the view from above or you can walk along the river. The Parque das Nações becomes lively on weekends and holidays. Concerts are held with local as well as international singers and groups. There are several restaurants with a variety of cuisines. The easiest way to get there is by the Metro – the Oriente station. This takes you through the Vasco da Gama shopping centre and here you can also find restaurants and bars.