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The Best Local Restaurants in Lisbon

Experience Lisbon's finest local restaurants with our expert-curated guide.

Updated on Dec 27, 2023 | World of Mouth team

The best local restaurants in Lisbon offer a wide selection of both traditional and modern dishes, featuring fresh seafood, iconic pastries like pastel de nata, and a mix of casual and trendy dining experiences that reflect the city's deep-rooted café culture and love for desserts. From the seafood haven of Cervejaria Ramiro to the mecca of Portuguese cuisine that is Gambrinus, each place chosen for this guide puts an emphasis on local produce and is loved by locals.

And in case you're wondering whether this is for real – all picks are based on recommendations from culinary experts such as Nuno Mendes, João Wengorovius, and Inês Matos Andrade. So read on and discover the best local food in Lisbon.

Cervejaria Ramiro

Av. Alm. Reis 1 H

Av. Alm. Reis 1 H, 1150-007 Lisboa, Portugal

Cervejaria Ramiro is a Lisbon institution, serving exceptionally fresh and delicious seafood in an iconic setting. The eatery is particularly noted for its seafood dishes and Prego beef sandwich, with visitors often recommending ending a meal with this delightful sandwich. With a friendly service and a relaxed yet upscale environment, Cervejaria Ramiro ensures a memorable dining experience that highlights the simple, pure flavors of the sea.

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Amazing carvejaria!I have visited Ramiro twice and it is one of my favourite restaurants in Lisbon. The ingredients are excellent. Must visit when in Lisbon!

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Cervejaria Ramiro

Cervejaria Ramiro

Av. Alm. Reis 1 H

Av. Alm. Reis 1 H, 1150-007 Lisboa, Portugal

Feitoria

Altis Belem Hotel & Spa, Doca do Bom Sucesso

Altis Belem Hotel & Spa, Doca do Bom Sucesso, 1400-038 Lisboa, Portugal

Feitoria restaurant offers a contemporary tasting menu that takes you on a culinary journey through Portugal from north to south. The restaurant is renowned for its high-quality cooking, using locally sourced products and showcasing the bounty of produce Portugal has to offer. With a Michelin star to its name, Feitoria is committed to providing more than just dinner, focusing on an overall dining experience that respects the producers and their products.

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I had the absolute pleasure of visiting 1 star restaurant, Feitoria, in Bélem, where beautiful and locally sourced products meets the talent and skills of the team. The meal was absolutely faultless, with an excellent selection of Portuguese wine. This deserved a better Michelin rating - it should have been at least 2 stars!

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Feitoria

Feitoria

Altis Belem Hotel & Spa, Doca do Bom Sucesso

Altis Belem Hotel & Spa, Doca do Bom Sucesso, 1400-038 Lisboa, Portugal

Gambrinus

R. das Portas de Santo Antão 23

R. das Portas de Santo Antão 23, 1150-264 Lisboa, Portugal

Gambrinus, a traditional Portuguese restaurant, has been a beacon of history and cuisine since 1936. The establishment offers a blend of Portuguese classics like meat croquette and steak sandwiches, alongside a selection of German dishes and international classics. Guests can enjoy their meal in a relaxed bar counter setting or indulge in a full dining experience featuring dishes like steamed clams in garlic, cataplana, and seafood rice.

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Old school is the best!Great restaurant. Old school Portuguese restaurant serving traditional fish and meat. Would recommend sitting at the bar, if space. Table side service is professional and seems like the waiters have worked here for 100 years.

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Gambrinus

Gambrinus

R. das Portas de Santo Antão 23

R. das Portas de Santo Antão 23, 1150-264 Lisboa, Portugal

Taberna da Rua das Flores

Rua das Flores 103

Rua das Flores 103, 1200-194 Lisboa, Portugal

Taberna da Rua das Flores is a casual establishment owned by Chef André Magalhães, renowned for its locally sourced produce and surprising flavors. The eatery serves world food with a Portuguese twist, offering small plates to share, fresh fish, and great vegetables. The restaurant also boasts a selection of low intervention wines, providing a genuinely local dining experience.

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A nice and simple taberna, by Chef André Magalhães, super casual, with really incredible food.One of my favourite places in Lisbon. Taberna da Rua das Flores is a nice and simple taberna, owned by Chef André Magalhães. It’s super casual, with really incredible food and offers a nice, typical Lisboan experience. They do lunch too but I would go at night. No bookings - you just sign up at the door and go for a walk or a drink while waiting. The area is cool as well so worth walking down the street and see some other places and bars.

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Taberna da Rua das Flores

Taberna da Rua das Flores

Rua das Flores 103

Rua das Flores 103, 1200-194 Lisboa, Portugal

Pigmeu

R. 4 de Infantaria 68

R. 4 de Infantaria 68, 1350-274 Lisboa, Portugal

Pigmeu is a pork-focused restaurant, offering a diverse range of dishes using all parts of the pig. The menu includes a variety of pork dishes, from traditional pork chops to more adventurous offerings such as omelettes with whipped pig brains and empanadas filled with pig's heart. Complementing the food is a selection of mostly natural wines, making Pigmeu a destination for those interested in a comprehensive exploration of pork cuisine.

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This place is entirely dedicated to the pig and all - and I mean all - of its pieces.This place is entirely dedicated to the pig and all - and I mean all - of its pieces. Ultra tasty pig steak sandwich (or “Bifanas”, as we call it) and other seasonal specials that can go from pork chops to offal very quickly. Great mostly natural wine list, too.

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Pigmeu

Pigmeu

R. 4 de Infantaria 68

R. 4 de Infantaria 68, 1350-274 Lisboa, Portugal

Taberna do Calhau

Largo das Olarias 23

Largo das Olarias 23, 1100-376 Lisboa, Portugal

"Taberna do Calhau" is a local restaurant that offers a modern twist on traditional rustic dishes. The menu, curated by Chef Leopoldo Calhau, changes regularly and features a variety of original dishes inspired by Portuguese traditions and his Alentejo roots, such as "Hake, egg and coriander", "Hare and beans", and "Cod and chickpeas". The restaurant is known for its lively ambiance, unpretentious plating, and the magnetic personality of Chef Calhau, who is also a trained architect.

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A (great) local restaurant disguised as a TabernaTalented Chef Leopoldo Calhau, from Alentejo, recreated the feeling of a genuine taberna in the Mouraria neighbourhood. A menu hand-written on a chalkboard on the floor welcomes guests with a dozen original dishes reflecting his extroverted personality, preferences and family origins (from Southern Alentejo region). A trained architect turned chef, who enjoys bringing back many traditional recipes from his childhood with an occasional twist of his own. The plating is always down to earth and unpretentious.The menu changes regularly but “Hake, egg and coriander” is one of my favorites, but there’s so much more, like the “Hare and beans", “Cod and chickpeas”, “Asparagus ‘migas’ (traditional bread dish from Alentejo)” and the “Joana’s walnut pudding”.I love the bustling, lively ambiance, the ingenious but straightforward dishes and the magnetic personality of the chef Leopoldo Calhau with his flair for hospitality.

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Taberna do Calhau

Taberna do Calhau

Largo das Olarias 23

Largo das Olarias 23, 1100-376 Lisboa, Portugal

Tapisco Lisboa

R. Dom Pedro V 81

R. Dom Pedro V 81, 1250-096 Lisboa, Portugal

Tapisco Lisboa is a restaurant that specializes in Portuguese and Spanish tapas located in the Bairro Alto. They offer a wide selection of tapas, with a focus on sharing and enjoying a variety of flavors. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, who brings his experience and attention to detail to every dish, ensuring quality and taste.

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Mix of Spanish and Portuguese tapas restaurant at the heart of Bairro Alto. All the tapas were amazing, incredible service and good wine!For dessert I recommend the chocolate mousse with olive oil caviar.

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Tapisco Lisboa

Tapisco Lisboa

R. Dom Pedro V 81

R. Dom Pedro V 81, 1250-096 Lisboa, Portugal

Zé da Mouraria

R. João do Outeiro 24

R. João do Outeiro 24, 1100-292 Lisboa, Portugal

Zé da Mouraria offers authentic Portuguese home cooking, ensuring that no guest leaves hungry. It's a small, bustling spot known for its affordable daily specials and a wide range of wines. Remember to make a reservation or arrive just before opening time to secure a table.

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The perfect Portuguese restaurantIt’s small, packed, and affordable. Get the daily special, what ever it is, and take your time and enjoy a long lunch over lots of wine, which is almost as inexpensive as water. Make a reservation, or show up a few minutes before they open to ensure a table.

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Zé da Mouraria

Zé da Mouraria

R. João do Outeiro 24

R. João do Outeiro 24, 1100-292 Lisboa, Portugal

Fogo by Alexandre Silva

Av. Elias Garcia 57

Av. Elias Garcia 57, 1000-114 Lisboa, Portugal

Experience the magic of fire-cooked meals at Fogo by Alexandre Silva, a restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Alexandre Silva. This "asador" style establishment specializes in dishes prepared over wood and charcoal, even extending this unique cooking method to their coffee and cocktails. If you're a fan of smoky flavors and fire-grilled cuisine, Fogo by Alexandre Silva could be your next culinary destination.

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An “asador” style restaurant in Lisbon. All food served is cooked on the fire, including the coffee and the cocktails.If you love fire, wood and charcoal this is your place!

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Fogo by Alexandre Silva

Fogo by Alexandre Silva

Av. Elias Garcia 57

Av. Elias Garcia 57, 1000-114 Lisboa, Portugal

Restaurante O Frade

Calçada da Ajuda 14

Calçada da Ajuda 14, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal

O Frade is a cozy restaurant that offers traditional Alentejo dishes with a contemporary flair. Known for its intimate U-shaped counter bar setting, it serves simple, hearty comfort food that reflects the passion of its two cousin founders. This spot, which achieved Bib Gourmand status shortly after its opening, is ideal for both group meals and solo dining experiences.

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O Frade is a tiny, intimate restaurant with a U-shaped counter bar serving traditional comfort food from the Alentejo region with a modern twist. The restaurant opened just before the pandemic broke out by two cousins, and they achieved Bib Gourmand status shortly thereafter. The food is simple and hearty, and the passion shines through in each plate. A perfect spot for a meal with friends, or a solo dinner.

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Restaurante O Frade

Restaurante O Frade

Calçada da Ajuda 14

Calçada da Ajuda 14, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal

Alma

R. Anchieta 15

R. Anchieta 15, 1200-224 Lisboa, Portugal

Alma, led by renowned chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, is a fine dining restaurant known for its simple yet delicious dishes. The restaurant offers a warm and traditional Portuguese ambiance, with its wooden interiors and walls adorned with wine bottles. With a menu that elevates classic dishes into masterpieces of taste, such as tempura strips of red bell pepper, glazed baby carrots with goat cheese, and a unique foie gras course, Alma provides a culinary experience that reflects Pessoa's talent for reinventing traditional dishes.

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ALMA,Our turn to enter the world of chef Henrique Sá Pessoa in his two star Michelin restaurant Alma!What I loved about this place is that – despite its star status – the warm and traditional Portuguese feel has not been lost! Warm wooden tones, walls filled with bottles of wine and a fantastic team that created the best of hospitality…A series of snacks and amuses led the way of what would be an extraordinary evening starting with a tempura strip of red bell pepper coated in burnt leek powder and a red bell pepper dip, inspired by the traditional tempura green bean dish, peixinhos da horta! A beautiful dashi broth with cured fish and a fresh acidic ‘gazpacho’ rounded off these fine starters.One of the best dishes was soft and sweet glazed baby carrots served with sharp goat cheese, apricot, dried fruit, bulgar rice and cumin oil. The fact they serve a ‘simple’ dish in a star-studded restaurant like this explains the feeling I had with this restaurant! Elevating classic dishes to a true masterpiece of taste…Another example was the foie gras course which was an incredibly generous portion with apple, granola, coffee and beetroot. This was another unique mix of flavors and unlike any foie gras dish, I’ve been served before. A classic reinvented and one of the best foie dishes I have ever tasted… A perfect creation of Cod and lamb followed before another signature dish arrived, the suckling pig…. The way this suckling pig was created, really soft with an intense black pepper jus and the crispy crust was a showcase of artisanship in its purest form. A new dessert of sea flavors and citrus 2.0 was one of the best desserts I have ever had. A dessert that tastes of fresh nuances of the sea paired with the acidity of citrus was very atypical but totally amazing. All this showcases that Henrique Sá Pessoa is a man of great culinary talent. I love the way he takes traditional dishes and invents something really unique around them! The team conducts a close and personal approach which enhances the experience at Alma.

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Alma

Alma

R. Anchieta 15

R. Anchieta 15, 1200-224 Lisboa, Portugal

Quiosque São Paulo

Praça São Paulo

Praça São Paulo, 1200-194 Lisboa, Portugal

Quiosque São Paulo is a small kiosk that pays tribute to Lisbon's traditional street food with a twist of reinvented flavors. The menu, crafted by André Magalhães, reflects his global travels and the nostalgic memories of the Cais do Sodré area. Notable dishes include the Fried Squid Sandwich, Portuguese Meat Pies, and Shrimp Portuguese Samosa, with special drinks like Salsaparrilha and Genebra Tonic adding to the unique experience.

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Quiosque São Paulo is a four square meters kiosk serving finger food that honours Lisbon's street food legacy.Lisbon is the city of kiosks, with hundreds of these historic structures around the city, but since a few years ago new ones were placed and the magic vibe that kiosks once had got lost. The kiosks used to be places where the working class, but also artists and the bohemian crowd gathered to refresh themselves with special drinks, to eat small plates, savoury pastries and yummy sandwiches. Fortunately, the one kiosk that survived the gentrification got André Magalhães from A Taberna da Rua das Flores on the wheel. Magalhães, just like Magellan, has travelled the world and his knowledge seasons the food he cooks. At Quiosque São Paulo he gathered some memories from the Cais do Sodré area, where dockers and prostitutes used to work, and created a nostalgic menu with prices that make all other Lisbon's new businesses blush. Go for everything if you are a tough guy or gal, but be sure not to miss the Fried Squid Sandwich, the Portuguese Meat Pies (Pastéis de Massa Tenra) and the Shrimp Portuguese Samosa. The drinks here are also very special and unique. You will find weird names at the slate board, such as Salsaparrilha (go for it, it is fermented at the restaurant), Genebra Tonic (the original European gin), and some mixed drinks with popular Portuguese alcohol such as Ginjinha.

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Quiosque São Paulo

Quiosque São Paulo

Praça São Paulo

Praça São Paulo, 1200-194 Lisboa, Portugal

Bom De Veras

R. Abranches Ferrão 17A

R. Abranches Ferrão 17A, 1600-296 Lisboa, Portugal

Bom De Veras is a hidden gem loved by locals for its traditional Portuguese food. The restaurant is known for its quality dishes such as Caras de Bacalhau, Iscas, and Rabo de Boi. Occasionally, you may also find some African dishes from Angola on the menu, offering a full flavor experience of true Portuguese cooking.

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Tradicional Portuguese food with good quality products. A little hidden gem, not central and with locals only. Caras de bacalhau ( head of cod) poached in olive oil are a must here.Iscas ( porc liver)Rabo de boi ( ox tail) And some other classics are very good, super friendly and cozy hospitality, this a restaurant that is not in the touristic guides, only for locals. Not a central location so it’s kind of a destinationSometimes we can also find some African dishes ( Angola). Full flavours and true Portuguese cooking

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Bom De Veras

Bom De Veras

R. Abranches Ferrão 17A

R. Abranches Ferrão 17A, 1600-296 Lisboa, Portugal

Taberna Sal Grosso

Calçada do Forte 22

Calçada do Forte 22, 1100-256 Lisboa, Portugal

Taberna Sal Grosso is a cheerful tavern located in the Alfama district, known for its modern take on local dishes. This welcoming spot, ideal for gatherings, offers an ever-changing menu with dishes like crispy pork belly with watercress, oranges and almonds, or a unique blend of seared tuna cubes with garlic, pickled onions, and a flavorful sauce. The atmosphere of Taberna Sal Grosso reflects contemporary Lisbon, offering a simple and friendly environment, complemented by music and chilled beer.

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A friendly, very simple place where you’re always welcomed with a smile, music and a frosty beer.Tucked away behind a small door in one of Lisbon’s oldest neighborhoods, Alfama, lives Taberna do Sal Grosso. It was probably one of the first spots in the city to present affordable, more contemporary takes on Portuguese traditional recipes and ingredients. It’s a joyful spot, great for gatherings, with an always changing menu that can feature some dishes like crispy and smoky pork belly with watercress, oranges and almonds; a delicious tuna“pica-Pau”, which is basically a mix of seared cubes of fresh tuna with garlic, pickled onions and an umami bomb of a sauce. It’s a great window into what contemporary Lisbon is: a friendly, very simple place where you’re always welcomed with a smile, music and a frosty beer.

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Taberna Sal Grosso

Taberna Sal Grosso

Calçada do Forte 22

Calçada do Forte 22, 1100-256 Lisboa, Portugal

O Velho Eurico

Largo São Cristóvão nº3

Largo São Cristóvão nº3, 1100-179 Lisboa, Portugal

O Velho Eurico is a traditional tasca with a modern twist, offering dishes made from local produce. The establishment, while maintaining its old-world charm, has a youthful vibe thanks to the young kitchen team led by Zé Paulo Rocha. Guests are treated to a lively atmosphere with loud Portuguese music, making it a popular spot that often requires early booking or queuing.

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Traditional tasca with a young kitchen team. Book early or queue. I love the little tabernas and tascas in Lisbon. O Velho Eurico is a very cool place with this typical Lisbon feel. When Zé Paulo Rocha and his young team took over this old tasca it got a youthful feel. The food is still relating to the past and and they play loud Portuguese music. I've been there a couple of times and I’ve taken friends there too.

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O Velho Eurico

O Velho Eurico

Largo São Cristóvão nº3

Largo São Cristóvão nº3, 1100-179 Lisboa, Portugal

Sála de João Sá

R. dos Bacalhoeiros 103

R. dos Bacalhoeiros 103, 1100-068 Lisboa, Portugal

Sála de João Sá specializes in contemporary Portuguese cuisine with a focus on fresh seafood and a robust selection of local wines. The restaurant offers a tasting menu, allowing guests to sample a variety of dishes, or the option to entrust their dining experience to the creative expertise of Chef João Sá. The warm, inviting atmosphere, characterized by contrasting tones of wood, gold, and Lisbon's signature blue, enhances the overall dining experience.

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Great food and wines, in a creative contemporary Portuguese cooking. Chef João Sá has is very own approach Tasting menu and pairing or let yourself in the chef's handsReally good local wine selection focused on Lisbon’s reagion.

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Sála de João Sá

Sála de João Sá

R. dos Bacalhoeiros 103

R. dos Bacalhoeiros 103, 1100-068 Lisboa, Portugal

Ceia

Campo de Santa Clara 128

Campo de Santa Clara 128, 1100-473 Lisboa, Portugal

Ceia is a restaurant that offers a unique culinary journey through the Portuguese landscape, accommodating only 14 guests at a single table. The menu, crafted by Chef Diogo Cateano, is inspired by the sea and features high-quality ingredients prepared in a creative and delicate manner. Diners also have the opportunity to enjoy exquisite wine pairings, making their dining experience at Ceia both enjoyable and memorable.

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Unique concept in a unique settingThe restaurant Ceia is situated in the magnificent, six-room Santa Clara 1728 Hotel in Lisbon. Chef Diogo Cateano's menu is inspired by the sea and the Portuguese landscape, and it is served at one large table where all fourteen diners sit together. The ingredients are of the highest quality and the cooking is creative, delicate, and delicious. The wine pairings were also great. It was a lot of fun as well as a unique concept in a unique setting.

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Ceia

Ceia

Campo de Santa Clara 128

Campo de Santa Clara 128, 1100-473 Lisboa, Portugal

Marlene,

Av. Infante D. Henrique Doca, Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa, R. Jardim do Tabaco do

Av. Infante D. Henrique Doca, Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa, R. Jardim do Tabaco do, 1100-651 Lisboa, Portugal

Marlene, is a fine dining restaurant in Portugal, offering an open kitchen experience under the expert guidance of Chef Marlene Vieira. The restaurant is a stage for the chef's work, with the kitchen glowing like a centerpiece, and offers two different tasting menus that represent her life and experiences. The menu features dishes like Goose Barnacles Tart with Codium and Planetree, a comforting Spring dish made with Broad Beans, Morilles, and Sheep Butter, and a disruptive meat dish: Fatty Milky Lamb cooked on Live Coal and served with its Sweetbreads, Roasted Onions Purée, and Pickled Chard.

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Marlene Vieira is the only Portuguese woman chef competing for the podium at fine dining experiences in Portugal. It can be troublesome to be a strong woman in a conservative industry like the food one, especially in an old-fashioned and misogynist country such as Portugal. However, as the Portuguese say, "a woman from the north" is born with extra strength and the ability to fight. Marlene Vieira has that muscle, and earlier this year opened a gastronomic restaurant aiming for a Michelin Star. Marlene, – the restaurant's name is exactly like this, with a coma – is an elegant stage for this chef's work. At the centre of the restaurant, the ethereal kitchen illuminates like a holy altar, leaving the rest of the space in half-light. One can choose from two different tasting menus representing the story of her life and her experiences, but above all, challenging the status quo that other fine dining restaurants have been following. She does not approach produce and recipes with the well-behaved vibe most haute cuisine restaurants in Portugal do. Crawling between dishes, one can see she is knowledgeable, down-to-earth, ballsy, and above all things, connected to her roots. At the beginning of her path in this new project, I tasted a Goose Barnacles Tart with Codium and Planetree, a very polished snack. A comforting Spring dish made with Broad Beans, Morilles, and Sheep Butter, and a disruptive meat dish: Fatty Milky Lamb cooked on Live Coal and served with its Sweetbreads, Roasted Onions Purée, and Pickled Chard. Marlene Vieira is a pillar and an example for young women cooks out there, but one can not ignore she is not only standing next to the big boys but has overcome most of them.

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Marlene,

Marlene,

Av. Infante D. Henrique Doca, Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa, R. Jardim do Tabaco do

Av. Infante D. Henrique Doca, Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa, R. Jardim do Tabaco do, 1100-651 Lisboa, Portugal

Cacué

R. Tomás Ribeiro 93 C

R. Tomás Ribeiro 93 C, 1050-227 Lisboa, Portugal

Cacué is a modern tavern in Lisbon that redefines traditional Portuguese food through subtle enhancements in flavor. The restaurant, opened by young cook José Saudade e Silva, offers a vibrant atmosphere with its bright red tables, 70's lighting, and a busy local area away from the typical tourist routes. The menu includes popular dishes such as Bacalhau à Brás, Cabidela, and Filetes de Peixe Galo com Açorda, along with savoury pastries like Cockles Rissole and Pastel de Massa Tenra.

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A modern tavern that highlights Portuguese traditional recipes with good taste and exquisite décor.In the past few years, Lisbon saw several new modern taverns revolutionising how customers look at traditional Portuguese food. Most places keep a rustic vibe, using subtle techniques to enhance flavours on typical dishes, young staff, the music is fun, and smart communication.Cacué is one of those children of the revolution, opened by José Saudade e Silva, a young cook. Saudade's last name is a non-intentional statement, with "saudade" being the Portuguese word for missing something or someone that does not translate in any language in the world. Cacué is located in a local and busy area, away from evident and touristic neighbourhoods. Here you will find executive people having a quick lunch, friends meeting, and offspring taking their parents for dinner. Cacué kept the typical Lisbon basalt sidewalks, and painted the tables in bright vynil red, adding some 70's lightning. On the walls, an old black and white picture shows Ricardo Chibanga, the first black bullfighter from Mozambique – a former Portuguese colony –, that took the world by storm. José Saudade does not print any twists on typical recipes, just some good presentation. Local favourites are Bacalhau à Brás (a comforting codfish dish, with scrambled eggs, onions and fries, Cabidela (chicken blood rice with vinegar), Filetes de Peixe Galo com Açorda (John Dory deep fried fillets with bread porridge). Make sure not to miss a few savoury pastries, such as the Cockles Rissole or Pastel de Massa Tenra (yummy meat deep-fried pastry).

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Cacué

Cacué

R. Tomás Ribeiro 93 C

R. Tomás Ribeiro 93 C, 1050-227 Lisboa, Portugal

Pateo - Bairro do Avillez

R. Nova da Trindade 18

R. Nova da Trindade 18, 1200-303 Lisboa, Portugal

Pateo - Bairro do Avillez is a bustling restaurant known for its traditional Portuguese dishes, curated by José Avillez. The place offers a variety of options like fish, snacks, salads, and grilled dishes, all presented in small portions for sharing. Customers often recommend the Taberna for its delightful and satisfying local food.

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The Taberna is a very nice place to find local delicious food Traditional Portuguese cuisine with various proposals (fish, snacks, salads, grilled dishes) presented in the form of small dishes to share, all very tasty, delicious and satisfying.

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Pateo - Bairro do Avillez

Pateo - Bairro do Avillez

R. Nova da Trindade 18

R. Nova da Trindade 18, 1200-303 Lisboa, Portugal

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