Adega Victor Horta is a traditional wine cellar with wines actually produced in the basement. Customers can sample a few varieties of wine before making a decision on which one to order. Adega Victor Horta offers classic Portuguese dishes of excellent quality in a cozy, romantic atmosphere of brick walls, countless wine barrels and dimmed lights. Or just come and enjoy the fine wine with a selection of petiscos, small plates of nibbles that are Portugal’s answer to tapas.
Rua Cais de Santarem, 6, Lisbon +351 218 825 082
This gourmet restaurant is located in a former port building near Santa Apolonia station. It’s a spacious venue with fantastic views of Lisbon’s Port of Cais da Pedra. Enjoy them from Bica do Sapato‘s open terrace, protected from the wind by glass walls. The ambiance is chilled here and the menu unconventional, including a sashimi and sushi bar.
Av. Infante D. Henrique, Armazém B, Cais da Pedra a Sta Apolónia +351 218 810 320
These tea rooms are located in a former 19th century Brazilian art nouveau residence that has been transformed into the luxurious mini-hotel of the same name. This place offers great breakfasts and brunches, with a choice of pancakes and club sandwiches, as well as a selection of award-winning teas. The public rooms and library are decorated with embellished carvings and art and the terrace is a beautiful place to sit out in warm weather with one of the delicious croissants or homemade cakes.
Tv. do Chafariz de El-Rei 6,Lisboa, Portugal +351 21 888 6150
It might be a beer house, but Ramiro’s house deserves inclusion in Lisbon’s top tier fish restaurants. Founded in 1956, it’s famous for its seafood, a fame that has spread far beyond the Portuguese borders. The venue occupies three floors, each of which differs in the amount of noise and atmosphere. For a light bite, the prices are reasonable for great tapas, and the service is fast. Customers are strongly advised to book in advance, because you won’t get a table without reservation.
Rua Joã o Villaret 11, Lisboa +351 217 973 856
Trigo Latino speciality is a mixture of contemporary Portuguese cuisine with Latin-American flavors that are rich in spices. The creative menu features delicious dishes with unusual names ; ‘pillow salmon’ or ‘woodpecker tuna.’ Try the bass on bread and their speciality citric sauce with vermouth and fresh herbs. There’s a varied list of quality wines from around the world too.
Largo Terreiro do Trigo, 1,Lisbon, Portugal +351 218 821 282