Reserve an evening to sample the Portuguese fado and traditional cuisine. From amateur fado to well-known fado singers, Alfama is the best area to soak up Lisbon’s aesthetic melancholy.
Browsing: Food & Drinks
Whether your keeping meat-free because you’re a full-time vegetarian, for health reasons, or you’re just taking a break from Portuguese meat and fish-based cuisine, Lisbon has several great options these days.
You will never be far from a restaurant in Chiado and Bairro Alto. The offer is vast including the Michelin-starred Belcanto by José Avillez.
With an outdoor terrace next to A Brasileira, the Patisserie Benard has been selling some of the best cakes and coffee in Lisbon since it opened in 1868.