Where to eat?

Portugal has a rich gastronomy from North to South.

Regarding fish, we have our known Cod that can be cooked in various ways, octopus, cuttlefish and many grilled fish such as sardines, sea bass accompanied by a good white wine.

For shellfish, the main delicacy is the crab, but also the prawns, the knives, clams accompanied by a good green wine.

For the meat, we have many specialties with pork such as pork to Alentejana, Portuguese stew, feijoada, suckling pig, and goat, accompanied by a white or red wine.

Also we have the snacks, as the roasted chorizo, the black pudding, and many others with a good white or red wine.

With this wide gastronomy and so many restaurants, where to eat?

Check our list of restaurants where we associate good dishes with good wines.

You can also choose our gastronomic tours para ser acompanhado e viver a melhor experiência 😉

Os Loucos de Lisboa – View Map

Hidden on the first floor of a building, the Loucos de Lisboa is the ideal place to relax and have a good dinner. The space is dedicated only to the snacks, the sausages to the cheeses, the chorizo to the black pudding.

The wine list is short and simple, from the most fruity to the most full-bodied to meet all wine lovers. Incidentally, the type of wine is described to help choose.

The atmosphere is cozy and the service impeccable.


  • Address: Rua da Palmeira, 15 – 1er étage  – Príncipe Real
  • Hours: Open from Wednesday to Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Reserving with us or indicating our name, a liquor is offered to you after dinner.

Sacramento (romantic) – View Map

With a more elaborate cuisine, but keeping the traditional side of the Portuguese gastronomy, the Sacramento is a very nice space for a night to 2.
Try the duck rice or the kid.

Have a nice wine list, so do not hesitate to ask for advice depending on your dish. Few wines by the glass but have quality.

  • Address: Calçada Sacramento, nº 40 à 60 – Chiado
  • Hours: Open every day from 12h30 to 15h and from 19h30 to midnight

It is preferable to reserve

You can book on the website

Cervejaria Ramiro – View Map

It is impossible not to know this restaurant or to have information about a good restaurant in Lisbon on the internet. It is one of the best seafood restaurants.

The crab, the prawns, the knives, the clams are some of the delicacies to taste, accompanied by a good green wine. To accompany the clams, we advise a green wine with the alvarinho variety.

To conclude, prove the nail with an imperial! 😉.

  • Address: Avenida Almirante Reis, nº 1  – Mouraria
  • Hours: Open every day from 12 a.m. to 1 p.m., except on Monday

It is impossible to book, it will be on a first come, first served basis.

Solar dos Presuntos – View Map

It is one of the most emblematic restaurants in Lisbon where many Portuguese and international celebrities come to dinner.

Traditional cuisine from the North of Portugal, specifically from Minho where you can taste a good kid, cooked to the Portuguese on Wednesday and seasonal products.

To accompany, they have a wide wine list, do not hesitate to ask for advice.

  • Address: Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, nº 150  – Liberdade
  • Hours: Open every day from 12 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., except Sunday

It’s best to book

You can book in the website

Frade dos Mares – View Map

Restaurant specializing in seafood but do not worry if some people in the group prefer meat, they have some meat dishes.

We advise the octopus to the laver because it is considered one of the best places to eat octopus. They also have specialties such as cataplana and cod.

Have a large wine list, but do not hesitate to ask for advice.

  • Address: Avenida Dom Carlos I, nº 55 A  – Santos
  • Hours: Open every day from 12h30 to 15h and from 18h30 to 22h30

It’s best to book

You can book in thee website

Laurentina – View Map

It’s called the king of cod. In this restaurant, they have the opportunity to eat cod cooked in every way, from cod to Brás, fried, with cream or with broa.

They may seem strange, but traditionally the cod is accompanied by a little red wine. Between € 16 and € 18, they have a good wine selection.

  • Address: Avenida Conde de Valbom, nº 71 A  – Praça de Espanha
  • Hours: Open every day from 12 a.m. to 11 p.m.

It’s best to book

You can book in the website

Some good typical restaurants that have a simple wine list:

Cantinho do Bem Estar – View Map

It is one of our favorite restaurants, located in the nightclub of Lisbon, Bairro Alto.

For more than 30 years Mr. Tiago has been cooking Portuguese specialties and Hugo is the ideal employee to serve you with his good mood.

We advise steamed veal, black pork and grilled fish.

Caution: 1 portion gives for 2 people 😉

  • Adresse: Rua do Norte, nº 46  – Bairro Alto
  • Horaire: Ouvert du mardi au dimanche de 13h à 15h et de 19h à 23h, sauf le dimanche midi

Impossible réserver, c’est par ordre d’arrivé

Tascardoso – View Map

Despite being in a fashionable neighborhood with “concept stores” and restaurants of well-known chefs, it is one of the few typical restaurants that survive.

At lunch, the restaurant is frequented by residents or neighborhood workers.

Every day, they have fresh grilled fish and many traditional dishes of the day, such as duck rice, cooked in Portuguese, cabidela rice, folded, feijoada.

  • Address: Rua de O Século, nº 242  – Príncipe Real
  • Hours: Open every day from 12 noon to midnight, except Sunday

It is impossible to book, it will be on a first come, first served basis

Zé dos Cornos – View Map

At the end of Mouraria, we find a restaurant very appreciated by the residents of the neighborhood.

The restaurant offers simple, traditional cuisine. We recommend the grills, namely the grilled entrecosto.

Do not be alarmed by the deck, we speak here of a canteen where everyone shares a table.

  • Address: Beco Surradores, nº 5  – Mouraria
  • Hours: Open every day from 11h45 to 16h and also 19h to 22h from Thursday to Saturday. Sunday is closed

It is impossible to book, it will be on a first come, first served basis.

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