Lisbon

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Mediterranean
4 reviews
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
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Cafe
3 reviews
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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Mediterranean
Bairro Alto, Bica & Cais do Sodré
7 reviews
Renowned restaurant that attracts Lisbon's fashionable elite to its chandelier-hung dining room. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
A gorgeous blend of the historic and the contemporary, Casa da Comida has a dash of design and a generous pinch of Portuguese soul. — Lonely Planet
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Breweries
Amoreiras & Campo De Ourique
6 reviews
Cervejaria Trindade is famous all over Lisbon for its molhos, beer-based sauces that were invented here. — Let's Go
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Mediterranean
Graca & Alfama
7 reviews
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
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Mediterranean
Amoreiras & Campo De Ourique
7 reviews
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
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Cafe
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No visit to Belém is complete without a coffee and hot pastel de nata (custard-cream tart) liberally sprinkled with canela (cinnamon) in this cavernous, tiled pastry shop and café. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
4 reviews
Run by its owners, this pleasant restaurant has an attractive counter of fresh produce on display. — Michelin Guide
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
5 reviews
A centre dedicated to Alentejan culture with its own restaurant, “Alentejo House” has an extravagantly decorated interior complete with a stunning inner courtyard and seventeenth-century furniture. — Rough Guide
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Portuguese
Bairro Alto, Chiado & Baixa
5 reviews
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
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Breweries
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
5 reviews
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Mediterranean
Chiado & Carmo
2 reviews
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Mediterranean
The Alcantara
3 reviews
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Mediterranean
Rato, Lapa & Santos
5 reviews
We enjoy the best-prepared John Dory in saffron sauce we've ever had in Portugal. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
2 reviews
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International
Bairro Alto, Chiado & Baixa
3 reviews
Brazilian restaurant serving cocktails and classic dishes such as feijoada a brasileira (Brazilian bean stew) and a fantastic ensopadinho de peixe (fish in coconut), with vegetarian options. — Rough Guide
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European
Graca & Alfama
5 reviews
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
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Mediterranean
Graca & Alfama
5 reviews
This stylish restaurant feels like a well-kept secret. — Lonely Planet
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