Fodor's Expert Review Largo
Founded by celebrated Porto chef Miguel Castro e Silva, this upscale restaurant was an immediate hit with the critics when it opened in 2009. And while Castro has moved on, the stylish restaurant retains the flair which won the hearts of Lisbon's fashionable foodies. The setting itself is a selling point: tables are set beneath ancient brick arches offset with modern features, including artfully lit tanks containing colorful jellyfish. The restaurant has maintained its reputation for high-quality, high-end contemporary cuisine, and some classic dishes remain. The wine list is both extensive and predictably expensive, and there's even a menu of premium gins. The lunch menu, which includes starter and main, is a good value at €18.
Rua Serpa Pinto 10A
Lisbon, Lisbon 1200-445, Portugal