The Best Restaurants in Lisboa

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82 restaurants ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Lisboa. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Contemporary Cuisine

Alma - soul - is the name of the restaurant run by award-winning chef Henrique Sá Pessoa. Here you can enjoy elegant, contemporary, soulful Portuguese cuisine in a particularly beautiful dining room in a robust 18th century villa.

Rua Anchieta, 15, 1200 Lissabon, Portugal

The cuisine at Kabuki in Lisbon's Four Seasons Ritz hotel skillfully combines elements of Japanese and Mediterranean tradition. A lot of excellent Portuguese seafood is used. The wine list is also excellently stocked.

Rua Castilho 77B, 1070-316 Lissabon, Portugal

Ljubomir Stanisic breaks boundaries and traditions here. The Bosnian chef came to Portugal as a teenager and began cooking to overcome his war trauma. His creativity gives rise to wild, modern and, above all, incredibly tasty dishes.

Rua do Teixeira 39, 1200 Lissabon, Portugal

Cura offers light contemporary cuisine made from regional ingredients. Chef Pedro Pena blends local traditions with international flavours and techniques. There are three menus, the "Meia Cura", the "Origens" and the vegetarian "Raízes".

Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca 88, 1600-316 Lissabon, Portugal
Contemporary Cuisine

At Eleven, modern cuisine made from the best Portugese and international produce is served with a view over the park. Whether it's caviar, lobster or the vegetarian menu, German chef Joachim Körper has a knack for the gourmet.

Rua Marquês Fronteira Jardim Amália Rodrigues, 1070 Lissabon, Portugal

In this restaurant by celebrity chef José Avillez, the focus is on vegetables. All dishes are vegetarian, but balanced enough that meat fans shouldn't miss anything. There is also an exciting drinks pairing with or without alcohol.

Largo de São Carlos 10, 1200-410 Lissabon, Portugal

Fifty Seconds offers modern Michelin-starred cuisine with a wonderful view. The lift ride to the restaurant, 120 metres above the ground, takes exactly 50 seconds. Chef Martín Berasategui and his team will spoil you there.

Cais das Naus, 1990 Lissabon, Portugal
Contemporary Cuisine

The open kitchen serves a single 16-course menu each evening, prepared from the best that the local market has to offer. A zero-waste philosophy is followed. Vegetarians are not catered for here, as the menu is not adapted.

Rua dos Navegantes 53-B, 1200 Lissabon, Portugal

Epur is hidden behind the façade of a time-honoured villa on one of the city's seven hills. Not only does it offer a wonderful view over the city, but also elegant contemporary cuisine made from the best local produce.

Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas Artes 14, 1200-125 Lissabon, Portugal
Ethnic Cuisine

Feitoria is one of the country's most popular gourmet restaurants. Head chef André Cruz uses modern cooking techniques to bring Portuguese cuisine into the 21st century. The result is very tasty dishes that are beautiful to look at.

Doca do Bom Sucesso, 1400-038 Lissabon, Portugal

Those who climb up to Suba are rewarded with wonderful views over the city of seven hills. But that's not all: the modern Portuguese delicacies that come out of the kitchen and the attentive service can easily keep up with the panorama.

Rua de Santa Catarina 1, 1200-115 Lissabon, Portugal

The Michelin-starred Kanazawa serves traditional Japanese Kaiseki cuisine. For the eight lucky guests seated at the bar, chef Paulo Morais serves plenty of seafood of outstanding quality.

Rua Damião de Góis 3, 2650-312 Lissabon, Portugal

There is only room for ten people in this small restaurant. For the lucky few, there is an evening surprise menu made from the best of the Portuguese fields, forests and seas and a pleasant, intimate atmosphere.

Rua da Alegria 41, 1250-302 Lissabon, Portugal
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

The Gambrinus has been in the centre of Lisbon since 1936. Little has changed since it was founded. In this timeless classic, timeless classics are served by a horde of attentive, old-school waiters.

Rua das Portas de Santo Antão 23, 1150-264 Lissabon, Portugal

The menu here is omakase, which means "I leave it up to you". Chef Will Vargas uses the freedom of choice he is given to serve classic Japanese food with a twist to the seven guests who fill the restaurant twice a night.

Rua Garcia da Orta 71C, 1200-109 Lissabon, Portugal

In the open kitchen, chef Marlene Vieira and her team prepare all kinds of delicious dishes using excellent Portuguese ingredients. The cuisine is creative, tasty and aware of its Iberian roots, but does not allow itself to be restricted by them.

Avenida Infante Dom Henrique & Jardim do Tabaco, 1100 Lissabon, Portugal

The Prado, in the center of Lisbon, serves a modern, seasonal menu made from the best Portuguese produce. The food is uncomplicated but extremely tasty, accompanied by wines from small producers who work close to nature.

Travessa das Pedras Negras 2, 1100 Lissabon, Portugal

The view from Seen by Olivier over the park and a large part of the city is impressive, and so is the menu. There are exciting dishes and drinks made with ingredients from all over the world. The creative cocktails are particularly popular with the hip crowd.

Avenida da Liberdade 185, 1250-302 Lissabon, Portugal

At SEM, the best ingredients are put in the spotlight. The result is a cuisine that consists exclusively of Portuguese produce, but is modern and international thanks to international cooking techniques. Exciting wine selection with lots of natural wine.

Rua das Escolas Gerais 120, 1100-221 Lissabon, Portugal

The cooking here is modern and uses seasonal ingredients. The fact that all dishes are vegan is almost irrelevant because regional produce is used to create small gastronomic works of art that meat lovers will enjoy.

Boqueirão do Duro 46, 1200-163 Lissabon, Portugal