Where to eat in Lisbon
It is not only the home of one of the largest and best food markets in the world (the Time Out Market ), it is not only the city where the famous pastel de nata was born: Lisbon is a perfect place to eat to taste typical and characteristic dishes, gourmet preparations based on meat and fish, as well as for vegans and vegetarians and is perfect for those looking for street food or in any case savings, which for those who are willing to spend a little more to delight the palate. So let’s see which are in our humble opinion some of the best places to eat in Lisbon.
Where to eat in Lisbon in a particularly refined way
Feitoria Restaurant – Altis Belem Hotel & Spa, Doca do Bom Sucesso. If you are visiting the Belen tower and want a refined meal, a relaxing atmosphere in a minimal modern style is a beautiful window overlooking the Tagus River, nothing better and this restaurant deserves its Michelin star.
Lisboete Restaurante – Calçada Marquês Abrantes 94. If you also eat with the eyes and prefer the gourmet to the abundance this place will surely delight you with dishes of both meat and fish.
LOCO Restaurante – R. Navegantes 53. A nice and well-kept restaurant, impeccable service and a particularly refined choice of fish for this starred restaurant.
Alma – Rua Anchieta 15 . Not far from the center you will find this pleasant little restaurant with an open kitchen and excellent dishes, especially fish.
Where to eat in Lisbon: mid-range restaurants
At Nossa Casa – R. da Atalaia 31. If you are in the Bairro Alto area you will find in this sleeper this lovely little place where more or less revisited local dishes are served, but certainly of great quality and accompanied by the friendliness of the staff.
Augusto Lisboa – Rua Santa M.nha 26. Fast service and very kind staff. A good choice if you are in the center.
Agulha No Palheiro – R. Jardim do Tabaco 3. The ” Ago nel Pagliaio ” (this is the translation of its name) is a restaurant worth trying with traditional dishes also revisited in a gourmet way and with a kind staff.
Dom Queijo Cheese House – Campo Grande 232C. For cheese lovers, this is the perfect little place, which knows how to compensate with its courses for being in an area that is certainly not one of passage.
Wine Room Lisboa – Tv. Memória 47A. If you love good wine, perhaps accompanied by excellent tapas, this is one of the places for you.
Time Out Market – Av. 24 de Julho 49. At the very famous Time Out Market, you can enjoy not only typical dishes but also any type of international cuisine, especially for a meal on the fly. The choice is very varied.
Where to eat in Lisbon to save a little
Jam Club – Tv. Inglesinhos nº 49. If you are looking for the characteristic little bar of the Barrio Alto, with music, beer, tasty tapas sandwiches, and great prices, Jam Club will surely be for you!
Food Market – Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo 8A. Near one of the busiest roundabouts in the world ( Praça Marquês de Pombal ) right at the foot of the wonderful Parque Eduardo VII, there is ” Food Market “, a perfect place to taste typical and non-typical dishes, spending very little. I warn you, however, better to take a nice walk first, at least until Jardim Amália Rodrigues , not only to enjoy the splendid view of the city, but above all to burn off some of the numerous calories that you will surely assume by ordering trays of excellent desserts such as the pastel de born .
Ha Tapas no Mercado – R. Angela Pinto 14. In the area of the Arroios Market, there is ” Há Tapas no Mercado”, a small restaurant with friendly staff and great food at a modest price.
Pastelaria Guadalupe – Rua do Terreiro do Trigo 24. A pastry shop with an incredible value for money and with pastel de nata ep a de Dios that will surely make you quarrel with the dietician.