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100 Maneiras

  • $$$$
  • Eclectic

In a cozy, all-white space, Serbian-born Ljubomir Stanisic offers one of Lisbon's most stimulating tasting menus, changing every six...

A Travessa

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  • Belgian

Its atmospheric location in an 18th-century former convent (also home to the Museu da Marioneta) is just one of the trump cards of this...

Assinatura

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  • Eclectic

Tucked away on the ground-floor of an office block, Assinatura pulls in a well-heeled local crowd with its gourmet lunch and dinner menus.

Belcanto

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  • Eclectic

José Avillez, one of Portugal's most renowned young chefs, has found his ideal showcase in this cozy haven in front of Lisbon's opera...

Gambrinus

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

On a busy street that's full of fish restaurants, Gambrinus stands alone, with more than 70 years of experience in serving the finest...

Varanda

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  • Portuguese

The main restaurant at the Ritz is rare among hotel eateries in staying consistently at the top of its game. Frenchman Pascal Meynard...

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