Hello, lisbon

Lisbon's unique mixture of tradition and modernity, of small town and metropolis, captivates visitors from near and far. Excellent shopping, ornate architecture, late and safe nightlife, as well as restaurants with some of Europe’s best seafood are just a few of the reasons to visit this magnificent European capital.


Restaurants to visit

Street Food Market

Time Out Market

The Time Out Market has been created by a team of journalists and offers a well-curated selection of over 20 restaurants, 8 bars, a music venue and market vendors — “all with the very best in Lisbon”. The market is located in a gigantic warehouse, always busy and definitely fun to visit. They also offer cooking courses, live music and other special events. A testament to its success, Time Out Markets have opened in different locations all around the world.

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Eleven is one of the most sophisticated places that Lisbon can offer, featuring a sculpture by Joana Vasconcelos in the entrance and the modernist glass box at the top of Eduardo VII Park. The cuisine is supervised by Joachim Koerper, who has been awarded prizes by Guide Rouge and who has all of Iberia as his territory.

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Real Fábrica

One of Lisbon's longstanding dining institutions, Real Fábrica is a reliable favourite serving a wide variety of local specialities, with an emphasis on fish dishes.

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entrance to the cafe Martinho Da Arcada

Martinho Da Arcada

Martinho Da Arcada is one of Lisbon’s oldest restaurants, with Fernando Pessoa as the most illustrious regular guest. Enjoy traditional Portuguese cuisine in a noisy dining room or on a pavement table in the arcade. This is a beautiful tiled café with price-worthy food.

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Casa Do Alentejo

Here you can enjoy a unique environment in a slightly dilapidated, neo-Moorish private palace two flights up from the street. The cuisine is simple traditional fare from the Alentejo region.

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Meat served in bistro

Cervejaria Trindade

This is one of the most historic and popular restaurants in Lisbon. Cervejaria Trindade is an ale-house restaurant with a well decorated and beautiful room. The restaurant offers Portuguese cuisine and has a nice mixture of people, locals, business people and, of course, tourists. Arrive early so you don't have to wait in line.

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