Enjoy a special New Year’s Eve restaurant menu in Lisbon. From contemporary and world cuisine to dinner cruises with spectacular views of the Lisbon’s NYE fireworks, here’s a selection of places serving delicious celebrations in the Portuguese capital city.
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While in Lisbon, you should definitely sample some fish specialties. Find out where to eat the best grilled sardines and other traditional fish dishes.
Here’s the full list of Michelin-starred restaurants in Portugal for 2018. There are two new additions, Gusto and Vista, both in the Algarve. Lisbon, Porto and Madeira retain their awarded restaurants.
Mercado da Ribeira is a great place for anyone looking for a range of good food. It has become one of the liveliest culinary spots in Lisbon since it was converted into a food court by Time Out Lisbon.
A red-light district turned hipster, Cais do Sodré is now one of the best areas in Lisbon to have a drink, eat a snack or dinner. We have picked seven of the best tapa places and bars on and around the epicentre Rua Nova do Carvalho, aka Pink Street.
For some tasty and authentic Portuguese food, you needn’t look far. We suggest seven eateries in central Lisbon that haven’t changed much in the last 50 or 60 years.
Looking for a different place to have lunch or dinner, or simply for a drink? Gaze across Lisbon’s cityscape at one of these rooftop restaurants, bars and terraces.
Lisbon’s best fado restaurants have some great offers to enjoy on 31 December. Take a look at our roundup of where to eat and listen to fado in Bairro Alto and Alfama on New Year’s Eve.
Portugal is home of 27 Michelin awarded restaurants in total, seven of which are in the Portuguese capital. Find out where to eat food in Lisbon from world-class chefs, awarded one or more shining Michelin stars.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Lisbon’s New Year fireworks display on board of a River Tejo cruise – find out about some of the best offers.
Discover the best spots in the Bairro Alto to experience fado in Lisbon. Our top picks include dinner-and-show places as well as less expensive fado houses.
If you need to take a break from Portuguese cuisine, try In Bocca al Lupo, a pizza restaurant committed to using fresh, organic ingredients long before organic became trendy.
Alongside history and tradition, Pastéis de Belém is widely recognised as the patisserie in Lisbon to sample the authentic pastel de nata (custard tart).