Restaurants for Adventure Travelers in Portugal
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- 1R. Mário Cesariny, 7A, Lisbon, Portugal2 reviews
If you find this place (its not that hard...) you will be in for a treat! You get great service, great food and great people too. All for a great price. You can also take home a few typical ingredients since they have a small grocery there!Popular with
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- 3Jardim 9 de Abril, 1200-736 Lisboa, Portugal6 reviews
Great view, wonderful for a cold beer at the end of the day.
- 4Rua do Carmo 9, 1200-093 Lisbon, Portugal11 reviews
Before going into Santini Chiado, a Portuguese guy on the street shouted, "Best ice cream in the world!" He sold me, I opened the door to Santini and fell in love with the ice cream. It really was so delicious! They have great milkshakes as well.Popular with
- 5Rua de Belem, 84 84, 1300-085 Lisboa, Portugal5 reviews
Extremely packed: long queue outside just to get some milk pastries, but definitely worth it. Pastries are delicious and a must in Lisbon. Possibility to have drinks inside, when not extremely busy: the interior looks like an ancient spa.Popular with
- 6Rua da Escola Politécnica2 reviews
Poison d´Amour is a beautiful bakery right near the Principe Real park. I stumbled into the bakery while looking for a place to get a good coffee. It's worth going in just to look at all the pretty pastries (some are covered in gold). A lovely place for coffee and delicious treats that will have you feeling like Marie Antoinette.Popular with
- 94 reviews
Gayle and I came to the FAIA Restaurant to here some Fado Music. Fado (meaning destiny or fate in Portuguese) is a music genre which can be traced to the 1820s in Portugal, but probably with much earlier origins. In popular belief, Fado is a form of music characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the ...
- 14Rua da Atalaia 57, Bairro Alto, Lisbon Portugal
This is my favorite restaurant restaurant in Lisbon. Great traditional portuguese food in an amazingly beautiful setting, spot on to every detail. A bit expensive, bur worth every penning. The chocolate mousse is a must!Popular with
- 18Rua Marechal Saldanha 1, 1200 Lisbon, Portugal3 reviews
A really fun pharmacy-themed restaurant located in an old pharmacy museum where all the servers wear surgical gowns and the chef surprises you with a 5 course Portuguese meal with dessert. The cocktails have prescription like names and my receipt even came in a pillbox. Go for the food, but more for the interesting apothecary atmosphere.Popular with
- 19Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 87-D, 1250-190 Lisboa, Portugal
Bocca is large, bright, and modern. The tables in the front, nonsmoking area look through a window into the kitchen, so you can watch the chef at work. There is a large and attentive staff, ready to jump in whenever you need anything. The sommelier recommends great Portuguese wines. While the appetizers were enjoyable, the entrees were not as successful, ...
- 20Rua do Meio à Lapa, 18, Lisbon 1200 Portugal
A place to go for fado! Great authentic music, very good food, not a touristy place… It’s pretty expensive but well worth it. If you can, linger after the main performance is over… have another glass of wine… This place is often visited by fairly known fado artists who often come to eat here but then end up performing on ...Popular with