Soon after its opening in 1958, this restaurant became popular among the locals. At the beginning of 2012 it re-opened with a total new trendy look and interior and in November, the restaurant celebrated its first Michelin star, earned through its imaginative and delicious cuisine.
In Lisbon, you can find both modern and sophisticated restaurants as well as simple and very traditional ones. As you can expect, you will find the strongest Portuguese ambience in the simple and traditional places. Small and unpretentious restaurants can be found all over town and do not require booking. At most of the restaurants below, however, it is safest to book a table. Many restaurants are closed on Sundays or Mondays.