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Belcanto

International 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the attractive dining room, renovated in a classically elegant style, the superb menus are of the utmost creativity and a demonstration of the very highest level of culinary skill. — Michelin Guide

José Avillez, one of Portugal's most renowned young chefs, has found his ideal showcase in this cozy haven in front of Lisbon's opera house. — Fodor's

Lisbon's only Michelin-two-stared restaurant is the pinnacle of chef José Avillez's culinary empire in Chiado, the city's chicest district. — Travel + Leisure

Shining brighter than any other Lisbon restaurant with two Michelin stars, José Avillez' Belcanto wows diners with its well-edited, creative menu, polished service and first-rate sommelier. — Lonely Planet

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Restaurante Eleven

International 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In an avant-garde building, Eleven is the only restaurant in Lisbon to win the coveted Michelin star. — Frommer's

Michelin-starred Eleven lives up to the hype. Perched above Parque Eduardo VII, this aesthetically stunning restaurant is a fusion of glass walls and Joana Vasconcelos art. — Lonely Planet

At the top of Parque Eduardo VII, this Michelin-starred restaurant, under the watchful eye of German head chef Joachim Koerper, hits the heights both literally and metaphorically. — Rough Guide

A sleek space in the Amaliá Rodrigues garden of Parque and Michelin-starred chef Joachim Koerper’s ambitious Mediterranean menu cemented Eleven’s popularity from the moment it opened. — Travel + Leisure

Koerper produces emphatically seasonal food using all local produce; here basing his dishes on the Portuguese canon—yes including bacalhau. — Concierge

Ristorante Caffetteria Museu Nacional do Azulejo

87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

To fully understand the craftsmanship that goes into making the ubiquitous azulejos, visit this magnificent museum at the 16th-century Madre de Deus convent and cloister. — Fodor's

The room showing some of the oldest, multicolored tiles—from the 15th and 16th centuries—reopened in late 2013 after refurbishing. — Frommer's

The oldest azulejos are displayed on the walls of the great cloister and the small Manueline cloister: note the panoramic view of Lisbon before 1755 and the chapter house over the nave. — Michelin Guide

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Pap'Acorda

87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Açorda is a rustic dish of the Alentejo region, here successfully modernized and glamourized. — DK Eyewitness

A restaurateur with his finger firmly on Lisbon's pulse, he also owns this place, opened in 1981 and full ever since. — Concierge

Pap’Açorda lures the beauty set with its cascading chandeliers, pink-champagne walls and Right Said Fred lookalike waiters. — Lonely Planet

Renowned restaurant that attracts Lisbon's fashionable elite to its chandelier-hung dining room. — Rough Guide

Its name refers to a traditional cilantro-rich bread-and-shellfish stew, just one example of the Portuguese soul food this minimalist restaurant serves. — Travel + Leisure

100 Maneiras

International 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

How do we love 100 Maneiras? Let us count the hundred ways...The 10-course tasting menu changes daily and features imaginative, delicately prepared dishes. — Lonely Planet

Maneiras was one of the first restaurants in Lisbon to embrace local ingredients and traditions in a gourmet experience. — Travel + Leisure

A small restaurant in a narrow street in the Barrio Alto district. The young chef offers a creative tasting menu, which is fresh, light and imaginatively presented. — Michelin Guide

Quality and creativity characterize the cuisine at this respected but low-key eatery on one of Bairro Alto’s quietest blocks. Try the excellent tasting menu. — DK Eyewitness

A fascinating mixture of classy mains (suckling pig, fresh fish...) and upmarket comfort foods such as salmon sausages and deluxe hamburgers. — Rough Guide

Restaurant Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga

86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On route from the center of Lisbon to Belém is this impressive art museum, housed in a 17th-century palace once owned by the counts of Alvor — Fodor's

There’s no need to visit the museum to use its fantastic café – go in through the museum exit opposite Largo Dr J de Figueiredo and head to the basement. — Rough Guide

The museum occupies the 17C palace of the counts of Alvor at the foot of Lapa Hill. The displays of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts from the 12C to the early 19C all reflect the history. — Michelin Guide

Biannual temporary exhibitions within Lisbon's excellent Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga are priced separately from the main museum and reached via this side entrance. — Lonely Planet

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Bica do Sapato

Middle Eastern 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A favorite among fashionable locals, this riverfront restaurant is known for its stylish interior and furnishings: Knoll, Eero Saarien, and Mies van der Rohe all feature. — Fodor's

This popular Alfama restaurant belongs to Manuel Reis, charismatic figure of the restaurant scene in Lisbon, and American actor John Malkovich — Michelin Guide

The design-conscious restaurant serves highlights such as roasted meats, mushroom risotto and oven-baked fish. — Lonely Planet

This hip restaurant has a retro-minimalist decor that's calculated to attract what a local commentator described as "the scene-savvy, design-obsessed jet set". — Frommer's

Lisbon’s hippest restaurant—located at the docks and partly owned by actor John Malkovich—serves contemporary twists on Portuguese classics. — Travel + Leisure

Cervejaria Ramiro

Seafood 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is not a restaurant for an intimate, romantic dinner. — Frommer's

Simplicity is the key here: Pluck the freshest shellfish possible from surrounding waters, slap it on the grill with modest seasonings (salt, pepper, garlic, white wine), and sell it by weight. — Travel + Leisure

Opened in 1956, Ramiro has a legendary status among Lisbon's seafood lovers. — Lonely Planet

For over 50 years, this institution attracts Lisboan lovers of fresh seafood — Michelin Guide

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A Travessa

International 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Locals converge on this Belgian-influenced restaurant in a former 17th-century convent for lambic, abbey, and Trappist ales, and for the bull-steak frites. — Travel + Leisure

This 17th-century convent cranks up the romance with its serene cloisters and brick vaulting. — Lonely Planet

We enjoy the best-prepared John Dory in saffron sauce we've ever had in Portugal. — Frommer's

This restaurant occupies a 17C monastery. The dining room has a lovely vaulted ceiling, rustic-style flooring and an attractive terrace in the cloister. — Michelin Guide

Set in a convent building, this is one of Lisbon’s most characterful restaurants in terms both of location and food. — DK Eyewitness

Cervejaria Trindade

Breweries 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The colorful azulejo wall tiles and vaulted ceiling of this former monastery hint at its long history, and it's popular with locals and tourists alike. — Fodor's

The city’s oldest beer-hall dates from 1836 — Rough Guide

Cervejaria Trindade is a combination German beer hall and Portuguese tavern. In operation since 1836, it's the oldest tavern in Lisbon, owned by the brewers of Sagres beer. — Frommer's

This 13th-century monastery turned clattering beer hall oozes atmosphere with its vaults and azulejos of quaffing clerics and seasonal goddesses. — Lonely Planet

This brewery founded in 1836 is in the refectory of a former convent, the oldest and most beautiful in Portugal — Michelin Guide

Feitoria Restaurant & Wine Bar

81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A restaurant of a very high standard featuring a bar for a pre-dinner drink and a dining room arranged in contemporary-style — Michelin Guide

A defining dining experience awaits at chef João Rodrigues' slick, contemporary Michelin-starred restaurant overlooking the riverfront. — Lonely Planet

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Bonjardim

International 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Bonjardim specializes in superbly cooked spit-roasted chicken, best eaten with fries, a salad, or creamed spinach, and spicy piri-piri. — Fodor's

Cheap, cheery, and central (just around the corner from Rossio square), they've been grilling fowl here for decades. — Frommer's

Juicy, spit-roast frango (chicken) is served with a mountain of fries at this local favourite. Add piri-piri for extra spice. The pavement terrace is elbow-to-elbow in summer. — Lonely Planet

Dine outside and enjoy your meal from the “king of chicken” while watching either crabs and lobsters duke it out in the window aquarium. — Let's Go

Grilled chicken with piri-piri (chilli) is one of the fondest food memories many visitors take away from Portugal: this is one of the best purveyors. — DK Eyewitness

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Restaurante O Faz Figura

International 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Next to the Santa Engrácia church, near Alfama. A well-organised operation with classic facilities, in an elegant setting. — Michelin Guide

This Lisbon restaurant, more than 30 years old, is known for its creative take on Portuguese gastronomic traditions. An extensive wine list represents the many regions of the country... — Afar Magazine

There are wonderful views of the river from the large terrace of this stylish eatery. The menu includes international dishes. — DK Eyewitness

This stylish restaurant feels like a well-kept secret. — Lonely Planet

This is one of the best and most attractively decorated dining rooms in Lisbon -- decked out in 19th-century style with pretty antique tiles and wall prints of city scenes -- and service is faultless. — Frommer's

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Alcantara Cafe

Cafés 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When this stunning bar and pleasantly cosmopolitan restaurant opened in the late 1980s, Lisbon had neither seen nor tasted its like. It still impresses. — DK Eyewitness

This one-time printing factory now rolls out innovative cuisine in industrial-baroque surrounds. — Lonely Planet

Established in 1989, this is one of the city's most fun dining-and-entertainment complexes. — Frommer's

Stunning, if pricey, designer bar-restaurant, blending industrial steel pillars with stylish decor. — Rough Guide

A place to see-and-be-seen, the Alcantara Cafe, in the neighborhood of the same name, is housed in a 600-year-old timber warehouse that was formerly a printing factory. — Travel + Leisure

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Restaurante Gambrinus

Seafood 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since opening in the 1930s, this wood-panelled beer hall (named after the patron saint of brewing) has been serving the best seafood in Lisbon. — Lonely Planet

One of the city's premier restaurants, Gambrinus is the top choice for fish and shellfish. — Frommer's

On a busy street that's full of fish restaurants, Gambrinus stands alone, with more than 70 years of experience in serving the finest fish and shellfish. — Fodor's

This renowned Lisbon restaurant has an attractive bar and a dining room with a fireplace. Traditional portuguese specialities, international cuisine and seafood. — Michelin Guide

This classic Lisbon address is as famous for its seafood dishes and “rich fish soup” as it is for its high prices and endless business lunches. — DK Eyewitness

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Santo Antonio de Alfama

International 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tucked away up the stairs from the Travessa Terreiro do Trigo and down the San Miguel alley is the restaurant Santo Antonio de Alfama. — Travel + Leisure

Up some steps from the Travessa do Terreiro do Trigo, you'll find this simple but sophisticated restaurant hung with black-and-white photos of famous artists. — Fodor's

here’s a very long list of expensive wines; pasta and fish dishes from €13 or a range of less pricey tapas from €7. — Rough Guide

Here is a restaurant in Alfama without fado music but with a perfect location. In the wintertime, sit inside: It is very cozy, you will be amid portraits of famous actors on each one of... — Afar Magazine

A large hall decorated with portraits of film stars in black and white was enough to make this a trendy restaurant in Alfama, where fashion aficionados and press congregate — Michelin Guide

Floresta de Belem

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On the corner with Rua Vieira Portuense, this attracts a largely Portuguese clientele, especially for lunch at the weekend. — Rough Guide

Floresta’s sunny patio is a magnet to lunchtime crowds, who refuel over salads and generous portions of sardines. — Lonely Planet

An experience within this manicured, impeccably correct dining room is a very far cry from any of the city's larger and more mass-market dining options. — Frommer's

At the corner of a park where restaurants scramble for business, this one has the advantage of being good and inexpensive, and it has a nice relaxed atmosphere. — Michelin Guide

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Solar dos Presuntos

Seafood 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Don’t be fooled by the smoked presunto (ham) hanging in the window, this iconic restaurant is renowned for its excellent seafood – as well as its smoked and grilled meats. — Lonely Planet

The “Manor House of Hams” is, not surprisingly, best known for its smoked ham from the Minho region in northern Portugal, served cold as a starter. — Rough Guide

Run by its owners, this pleasant restaurant has an attractive counter of fresh produce on display — Michelin Guide

Celebrating its 40th birthday this year, the Solar dos Presuntos is a favorite of serious devotees of Portuguese cuisine. — Frommer's

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Restaurante Sacramento

Cafés 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you drop your céntimos at one touristy restaurant in Lisbon, choose contemporary Sacramento, a fun and festive restaurant gorgeously set inside a 17th-century former palace — Lonely Planet

In the former annex of the Confeitaria Nacional (Praca da Figueira) this trendy restaurant, wine bar and cafe is spread over several levels, with live jazz on Saturday evening. — Michelin Guide

This place is a warren of rooms on different levels, all pleasantly cool, with whitewashed walls and bare-brick arches. — DK Eyewitness

If you opt for a meal here, get ready for access to a labyrinth of inner chambers loaded with intriguingly carved arts and crafts, some of it from Indonesia. — Frommer's

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Doca Peixe

Seafood 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The icy display of the day's catch at the entrance and the small aquarium clue you in to what's served here. — Fodor's

Famous for market-fresh seafood, Doca Peixe is practically under Ponte 25 de Abril. Savour lemony oysters or cod with clams on the terrace. — Lonely Planet

They also serve a great fish curry and sublime lobster tagliatelle. — Rough Guide

This restaurant, whose Portuguese name means "Fish Dock," stands virtually under the Ponte do 25 de Abril.The fresh fish served here is among the best quality offered in the markets of Lisbon. — Frommer's

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