Lisbon Restaurants

Lisbon's dining scene has evolved dramatically in recent years to include any number of high-end dining opportunities, but amid the international fare, Michelin-starred restaurants, and molecular gastronomy, the city's simplest and most traditional restaurants still do a roaring trade. Meals generally include three courses, a drink, and coffee. Many restaurants have an ementa turistica (tourist menu), a set-price meal, most often served at lunchtime. Note that you'll be charged a couple of euros if you eat any of the couvert items—typically appetizers such as bread and butter, olives, and the like—that are brought to your table without being ordered.

Lisbon's restaurants usually serve lunch from noon or 12:30 until 3 and dinner from 7:30 until 11; many establishments are closed Sunday or Monday. Inexpensive restaurants typically don't accept reservations. In the traditional cervejarias (beer-hall restaurants), which frequently have huge dining rooms, you'll probably have to wait for a table, but usually not more than 10 minutes. In the Bairro Alto, many of the reasonably priced tascas (taverns) are on the small side: if you can't grab a table, you're probably better off moving on to the next place. Throughout Lisbon, dress for meals is usually casual, but exceptions are noted below.

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  • 1. Ânfora

    $$$ | Belém | Portuguese

    When you eat at this restaurant—situated in the luxurious Palácio do Governador and named for the Roman amphorae uncovered beneath the site...Read More

  • 2. Delfina

    $$ | Baixa | Portuguese

    Occupying a corner of one of downtown’s grandest squares, Delfina Cantina Portuguesa bills itself as an upscale Portuguese deli. It's the house...Read More

  • 3. Estórias na Casa da Comida

    $$$$ | Amoreiras | Portuguese

    Design aficionados were wowed by this longtime favorite's sophisticated new interiors, and foodies applauded the innovations of chef Duarte...Read More

  • 4. Memmo Alfama Wine Bar & Terrace

    $$ | Alfama | Portuguese

    The terrace at this popular eatery has some of the neighborhood's best views, with tables and chairs arranged around a small infinity pool....Read More

  • 5. Pap'Açorda

    $$$ | Cais do Sodré | Portuguese

    Bringing along the famously glitzy chandelier from its much-missed location in Bairro Alto, this cutting-edge restaurant is now located within...Read More

  • 6. A Ginjinha

    $ | Baixa | Portuguese

    A tourist attraction in its own right, this tiny bar facing a beautiful square is the best place in the Baixa to sample Lisbon's famous ginja...Read More

  • 7. Alfaia

    $$ | Bairro Alto | Portuguese

    In this traditional restaurant, one of the oldest in Lisbon, the courteous staff serve up Portuguese classics and pair them with one of the...Read More

  • 8. Bonjardim

    $ | Baixa | Portuguese

    In an alley between Praça dos Restauradores and Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, this eatery known locally as Rei dos Frangos (King of Chickens...Read More

  • 9. Bota Alta

    $ | Bairro Alto | Portuguese

    This brilliant blue taverna is one of the Bairro Alto's oldest and most popular—lines form outside early in the evening and diners are packed...Read More

  • 10. Cantinho de São Pedro

    $ | Portuguese

    A building with white stucco walls and a barrel-tile roof is home to this tavern, said to be one of the oldest in Portugal. Inside are exposed...Read More

  • 11. Casa dos Passarinhos

    $ | Campo de Ourique | Portuguese

    In business for nearly a century, this eatery is a lunchtime favorite for workers in the nearby office complex, and at night it draws mainly...Read More

  • 12. Cervejaria Trindade

    $$$ | Chiado | 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...Read More

  • 13. Cocheira Alentejana

    $ | Bairro Alto | Portuguese

    This place hasn’t changed a bit over the years, from the beams across the ceiling to the harnesses and wagon wheels that serve as decor. It...Read More

  • 14. Fidalgo

    $ | Bairro Alto | Portuguese

    Don't let the strikingly contemporary decor fool you–-this is one of Bairro Alto’s oldest restaurants, and still wins awards for its traditional...Read More

  • 15. O Churrasco

    $$ | Restauradores | Portuguese

    On a street lined with tourist traps, O Churrasco is the local favorite and deservedly so. The paneled dining room serves top-notch peri peri...Read More

  • 16. Parreirinha de São Vicente

    $ | Portuguese

    The food at this wood-paneled eatery around the corner from the Feira da Ladra flea market is expertly prepared and comes in portions big enough...Read More

  • 17. Santo António de Alfama

    $$ | Alfama | Portuguese

    This place is the opposite of a tourist trap–-"We don't have sardines or fado," it proudly advertises–-and the fact that it's still crowded...Read More

  • 18. Solar dos Bicos

    $ | Alfama | Portuguese

    This charming restaurant with huge stone arches and a beautiful mural made of azulejo tiles offers typical regional cuisine at very reasonable...Read More

  • 19. Tacho Real

    $$ | Portuguese

    Locals make their way up a steep hill to this restaurant for traditional dishes like bacalhau à brás (with eggs, onions, and sliced potato...Read More

  • 20. Tágide

    $$$$ | Chiado | Portuguese

    Named after the mythical nymphs that live in the Tagus River, this place is divided into two parts: a sleek, modern dining room serving refined...Read More

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