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Portuguese
Bairro Alto, Chiado & Baixa
5 reviews
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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Breweries
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
5 reviews
For over 50 years, this institution attracts Lisboan lovers of fresh seafood — Michelin Guide
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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
Açorda is a rustic dish of the Alentejo region, here successfully modernized and glamourized. — DK Eyewitness
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Mediterranean
Amoreiras & Campo De Ourique
6 reviews
In a cozy, all-white space, Serbian-born Ljubomir Stanisic offers one of Lisbon's most stimulating tasting menus, changing every six weeks. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Graca & Alfama
8 reviews
This stylish yet informal warehouse conversion has mirrored walls to reflect the crisp Tejo vistas. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
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
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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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Mediterranean
Amoreiras & Campo De Ourique
7 reviews
In an avant-garde building, Eleven is the only restaurant in Lisbon to win the coveted Michelin star. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Rato, Lapa & Santos
6 reviews
Set in a convent building, this is one of Lisbon’s most characterful restaurants in terms both of location and food. — DK Eyewitness
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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
Baixa, Rossio & Restauradores
2 reviews
The restaurant at Boutique Hotel Alma Lusa embodies the spirit of typical Portuguese cuisine — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
4 reviews
This modern restaurant offers fabulous views over the city, especially when illuminated at night — Michelin Guide
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European
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
5 reviews
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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Mediterranean
Graca & Alfama
5 reviews
This stylish restaurant feels like a well-kept secret. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Rato, Lapa & Santos
4 reviews
Cavernous brick warehouse turned foodie haunt, Kais exudes an industrial-chic air. Candles, jazz and sylvan touches like gnarled olive trees and cascading fountains soften the design. — Lonely Planet
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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
The Alcantara
4 reviews
They also serve a great fish curry and sublime lobster tagliatelle. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
Avenidas Novas & Estefania
4 reviews
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
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Mediterranean
Graca & Alfama
7 reviews
Not as traditional as the name and location would suggest: the walls are lined with black-and-white portraits of film stars, but the food is modern Portuguese and international. — DK Eyewitness
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