Some of the best buffet brunch spots in Lisbon are closely related to the best brunch places in the city serving breakfast all day.
If you’re seeking a buffet brunch in Lisbon, there are a variety of options with incredibly good food. Here’s a guide to find the best spots in the city centre offering all-you-can-eat buffet brunches at a fixed price.
1. Le Consulat
Brunch menu: €20 (daily)
Overlooking Praça do Camões in Chiado, Le Consulat Hotel offers a buffet brunch daily from 8am to 3pm. The menu includes a variety of Franco-Portuguese options, such as homemade yogurts, pastries, an assortment of breads, cheese, fruit, as well as fried and scrambled eggs, French omelette, red sausage from Lyon, truffle mortadella, and more. You can make a reservation on their website.
Praça Luis de Camões 22 (Chiado), leconsulat.pt
2. Pão de Canela
Brunch menu: €18 (weekends and holidays)
With outdoor seating in a quiet square in Príncipe Real, Pão de Canela offers a buffet brunch from 10am to 4pm on weekends and public holidays. The menu features hot and cold dishes, sweets and desserts, as well as a variety of breads, fruit, cereals, croissants, and more. Kids pay only €7.
Praça das Flores 25-29 (Príncipe Real), Reservations by phone: (+351) 213 972 220 or (+351) 216 427 196
3. Ohana by Naz
Brunch menu: €12 (Sunday)
For an ovo-lacto vegetarian brunch in Lisbon, Ohana in Parque das Nações is the spot to go on Sundays from 11.30am to 3.30pm. The buffet brunch table offers yogurts with granola, French toasts, oatmeal with vanilla and cinnamon, croissants, scrambled eggs, hummus, seitan stroganoff, lots of fruit and salad options. You can pick a natural juice, a smoothie, or head to the strawberry sangria jars.
Alameda dos Oceanos 41 and 41AB (Parque das Nações), www.facebook.com/ohanabynaz
4. MadMary Cuisine
Menu €14.50 (Saturday)
On Saturday from 9.30am to 3.30pm, MadMary has a buffet brunch featuring a variety of delicious breads, jam, butter, Nutella, French croissants, yogurts with homemade granola and fruit, natural juice, ham, cheese, and fried and scrambled eggs, and salad.
Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 29 (close to Avenida da Liberdade), www.facebook.com/madmarycuisine
5. Olivier Avenida
Menu €25 (Sunday)
Olivier serves one of the best all-you-can-eat Sunday brunches in Lisbon. It includes a selection of breads, cereals, yogurt, sweet and savory pastries, jams, cheeses, cold meats, hot dishes, salads, and sushi. There are natural and detox juices, as well as hot coffee, tea and milk. Brunch at Olivier happens in two sessions: 12.30pm to 2.30pm and 2.30pm to 4.30pm.
Rua Júlio César Machado 7 (close to Avenida da Liberdade), restaurantesolivier.com/en/brunch-olivier-avenida
6. Museu do Oriente
Brunch menu + visit to the museum: €27 (weekend)
Museu do Oriente offers a brunch with a view of the River Tejo followed by a visit to the museum dedicated to Portugal’s ties to Asia. In buffet style, there are traditional breakfast options (an assortment of breads, cheese, jam and fruit, pancakes), as well as hot dishes, soup, Oriental specialties, and even options for kids. Drinks are included. Brunch is served in two sessions (12pm-2pm and 2.30pm-4pm), and you need to book in advance.
However, no reservation is required for the buffet lunch on weekdays (€22) or the lunch at the cafeteria (€10), both of which also include a visit to the museum.
Avenida de Brasília – Doca de Alcântara, www.facebook.com/orienterestaurante, Reservations by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com | phone: (+351) 213 585 228 or (+351) 912 190 320
7. Cafetaria Mensagem
Brunch menu: €39 (Sunday)
Visit Belém Tower early in the morning to beat the crowds and get a great Sunday brunch at Cafetaria Mensagem, part of the five-star Altis Belém Hotel, home to one of Lisbon’s Michelin-starred restaurants.
Among the first spots in the city to serve a Sunday brunch, the menu at Cafetaria Mensagem hasn’t changed much, featuring bread and sandwiches, hot and cold dishes, a variety of cheese and sausages, eggs, soups and a choice of hot dishes which may vary – codfish and feijoada de choco (stewed cuttlefish with beans) are two likely options. There are freshly made desserts as well. Book in advance to get a seat outside overlooking the River Tejo.
Doca do Bom Sucesso (Belém), HotelAltisBelem/Mensagem-Cafeteria
8. Estufa Real
Brunch menu: €37 (Sunday)
Estufa Real is another great spot for a buffet brunch if you happen to be in the Belém area. Located in the Ajuda Botanical Garden, peaceful and beautiful surroundings provide a perfect complement to the meal, which includes a large selection of fish, meat, salads, and desserts.
Jardim Botânico da Ajuda – Calçada do Galvão, www.facebook.com/estufareal, Reservations by email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: (+351) 21 361 94 00 or 919 903 605