Fodor's Expert Review Cervejaria Trindade

$$$ Chiado and Bairro Alto Portuguese
For many of those in the know, a visit to this eatery–-once the refectory of a 13th-century monastery–-is a quintessential Lisbon experience. Transformed into a beer hall in 1836, it's now one of the city’s most popular seafood restaurants, packing a lot of locals and tourists into the space under the vaulted ceiling lined with colorful azulejo tiles.
Portuguese Historical Lively Lunch Dinner Flight Centre $$$

Quick Facts

Rua Nova da Trindade 20
Lisbon, Lisbon  1200-303, Portugal


Known For:
  • Huge variety of shellfish, priced by weight
  • Feels like traveling back into time
  • Can get noisy and crowded

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