Places to eat in Lisbon
At Cais do Sodré, facing the Tagus estuary, in a former warehouse built in the beginning of the 20th century it is located Ibo Restaurant, whose cuisine is inspired in the Portuguese gastronomy and in Mozambican flavors, evoking passions and intertwining identities.
Located at: Armazém A porta
Cais do Sodré 2,
+351 961 332 024
K.O.B. (Knowledge of Beef)
KOB by Olivier Restaurants are sophisticated steakhouses with matured meat.
The origin, the cut and quality of the meat are key elements for the varied menu organised by countries and maturing time.
Located at: Rua do Salitre, nº 169
+ 351 934 000 949
Another Chef Olivier restaurant.
Excellent cuts of sashimi and sushi with a Tuna Taco to die for.
Located at: Rua da Escola Politécnica 231,
+351 934 000 913
Solar dos Presuntos
An old-school, white tablecloth restaurant which has been open in this space since the ’70s.
Serves classic Portuguese food and fresh-as-it-gets seafood, with an extensive wine list to match.
Located at: Rua das Portas de St. Antao
+351 213 424 253.
Originally built in 1781 and was a real Palace. Beautiful interiors and ceilings with excellent food.
Various gastronomic concepts share the same space, under the curatorship of Chef Manuel Bóia. 5 different menus, a pastry shop and 2 bars, worth a visit to have a meal.
Located at: Rua do Alecrim 70,
+351 21 010 1184
It was almost two decades ago that Argentina opened its doors in Lisbon. La Paparrucha remains true to its gastronomic, where the meat is carefully prepared on the famous Parrilla.
Thinking of the “not so carnivorous” and vegetarians, the concept evolved, expanding the range of choices to pasta and delicious Portuguese fish.
Located at: Rua Dom Pedro 5 18/20
+351 213 425 333.
Café A Brasileira
Opened in 1905 by Adriano Telles.
It Became known for selling only Brazilian coffee.
Over time the space became the meeting point for intellectuals, artists, writers, and free-thinkers, weathering financial difficulties and becoming a tourist attraction.
Located at: 120 Rua Garrett.
+351 213 469 541
Excellent view of St. Georges Castle.
Great place for a drink and a meal.
Please try and reserve a table for the meal.
Located in the Commercial Center at Praça Martim Moniz, Luís de Camões, 1100-341.
+351 21 588 1322
Also known as the “Time Out” Food market.
An outlet for all good restaurants in Lisbon.
Very crowded at meal times and could be difficult to get a seat.
Located at: Avenida 24 de Julho, Cais do Sodre.
+351 21 324 4980
An independent kingdom since 1143, Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe.
The region was first inhabited by Neanderthals and later by Homo sapiens, however there weren’t any permanent settlements until the first millennium BC when the Pre-Celts and Celts dominated the landscape.
Metro networking diagram
Lisbon is practically all covered by metro lines.
Everyone can get from one point to another in a few minutes.
In addition, public transportation offers: buses, trams, boats, train, tuk-tuk, taxi and all kinds of (modern Apps) transportation applications.