Lisbon Food Guide
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Lisbon Food Guide. To conclude my Lisbon posts I’m finally sharing a couple of great restaurants with you that we’ve tried. Usually I’m researching restaurants weeks before but this time I didn’t have much time. Gladly, I can always rely on other blogger. In fact, the girls of Teetharejade are true Lisbon experts and there are plenty of recommendations online. Moreover, a friend of mine had lived there for a bit and gave me some great spots. But I also discovered some on my own.
Lisbon Food Guide | Sundowner at PARK
Let’s start with probably the coolest terrace in town. PARK rooftop & bar is on the fifth floor of a parking, which is located in Calcada to Combro. Not quite easy to find from outside but just enter, get into the elevator and drive up to the upper floor. As soon as you get on the top you’ll enter a little rooftop jungle. There are a lot of greens, wooden tables and a relaxed atmosphere. We started off with fresh beers and ended up with Sangria and I had to try the burger, which was great. To enjoy the sunset I recommend to come a bit earlier and we got there around 5-6pm and stayed until 9pm. Unfortunately, it was super windy every night so make sure to wring warm clothing.
Calçada do Combro 58, Lisbon
burger between 7,5-8€
Lisbon Food Guide | Dinner at Sol e Pesca
On our first night we found the cute Sol E Pesca by chance. Afterwards I’ve seen that it was also recommended on Tripadvisor. The restaurant itself serves only canned food. I wasn’t really in the mood that night (especially because I was super cold and I didn’t know that Lisbon was so freezy by night – first night fail) and we kept making fun of our food out of cans. But it was really good. All around Lisbon you’ll find amazing canned fish or else. For a cosy night out it’s a really lovely spot.
R. Nova do Carvalho 44, Lisbon
Lisbon Food Guide | Dinner at taberna da rua das flores
Let’s now talk about my favourite restaurant the amazing Taberna Rua Das Flores. Apparently there are a couple of similar restaurants around Lisbon in the same style meaning amazing food in a cozy atmosphere. We came here super late and had to wait for an hour to get a table. In the meantime we had some drinks elsewhere. The service was super friendly and being a group of five we ordered us through the menu. One delicious dish after the other followed. We had such a good red wine (try the one on the picture). So far, this restaurant is my favourite.
Of course, I forgot my camera at home that night so please excuse the poor iPhone pics.
Rua das Flores 103, Lisbon
dishes vary between 3 – 14€
Lisbon Food Guide | Lunch at Mercado da Ribeira
Being such a fan of foodmarkets I couldn’t miss paying the Mercado da Ribeira a visit. The market is a project by Time Out and they’ve put together some of the best restaurants of Lisbon in one place. It’s not a fast food market and all meals are prepared freshly. Therefore, count a little bit more time in.
Av. 24 de Julho 49, Lisbon
Lisbon Food Guide | Dinner at Café da Garagem
Last but not least one more great spot for a chilly night. Located in the Teatro da Garagem you’ll find the Café da Garagem in the lower floor. This is definitely an insider and even though I’ve read about it on a lot of blogs it wasn’t crowded at all. The interior is great and you’ll have a great view on Lisbon illuminated houses. The food is good and cheap and they have various platters to share. The wine could be better but we’ve had a great night.
(lower floor of Teatro da Garagem)
Costa do Castelo 69, Lisbon
saladas 7-8€, tostadas & toasts for 2,5-7€, platters to share 15€
I hope you’ve enjoyed my Lisbon Food Guide. I’ll definitely be back soon and below are a couple of more restaurants that we didn’t have time to try.
Enjoy your day!
more restaurants we didn’t have time to try:
Noobai (rooftop / lunch / dinner)
Bicaense Bar (bar)
Terrasse of Hotel do Chiado (bar)
Tapa Bucho (tapas – lunch / dinner)
Bota Alta (dinner)
Taberna Ideal (dinner)
O Buraco (lunch / dinner)
Cervejaria Gazela (snack bar)
Comme Ça (lunch / dinner)
Manteigaria – Fábrica de Pasteis de Nata (Sweets)
TOPO (Bar, quick bites)
Fábrica do Pão (Breakfast)
Fábrica do Sabores (Brunch)
Pastéis de Belém (Sweets)
Oooh wie toll. Ich fliege in 2 Wochen nach Lissabon und hab mir direkt alles aufgeschrieben. Danke für die super Tipps :)
aber gerne doch!
wie toll! hab ganz viel Spaß!
liebste Grüße, Vicky
Das ganze Essen sieht so köstlich aus :)
Jana von bezauberndenana.de
oh ja und ich würd am liebsten wieder zurück und die restliche Liste abklappern :)
OMG sieht das gut und lecker aus. Jetzt habe ich Hunger. Ich muss unbedingt mal nach Lissabon.
Liebste Grüße und einen genialen Start in die neue Woche
Claudia von minnja.de
ja die Stadt ist der Hammer! dir auch einen guten Wochenstart. Offiziell beginnt die Woche hier in Bayern erst morgen :)
liebe Grüße, Vicky
Ich bin durch Zufall auf deinen Blog aufmerksam geworden. Er ist wirklich sehr liebevoll geschrieben und deine Bilder sind wirklich klasse! Ich werde jetzt mal öfter vorbei schauen.
Dann muss ich Lissabon auch mal erkunden. Viel Erfolg mit deinem Blog und lieben Gruß aus Mals
Oh das sieht alles so lecker aus! In Portugal war ich zwar schon aber noch nicht in Lissabon, das steht noch sehr weit oben auf meiner Liste. Schöner Post!
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