Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Lisbon

Portugal is home to 39 Michelin awarded restaurants, thirteen of which are in the capital Lisbon.

Two of the new additions in the Michelin Guide 2024 are 2Monkeys and SÁLA. Previously, in 2023, the Japanese-influenced Kabuki and Kanazawa received their first Michelin award. The year before, Cura run by chef Pedro Pena Bastos also got its first star.

100 Maneiras, located in Bairro Alto and helmed by the Yugoslavian chef Ljubomir Stanisic, maintains its Michelin star first obtained in the 2021 awards.

Alma ascended from one Michelin star to two stars in the 2019 edition, joining Belcanto in Chiado – the two restaurants spaced a few metres apart from each other.

Find out where to eat food in Lisbon from world-class chefs, awarded one or more shining Michelin stars. Reservations are recommended, if not essential. To locate the restaurants, use the map below.

100 Maneiras: *One Star

100 Maneiras restaurant offers three tasting menus combining influences from Portuguese, French and Yugoslavian (the chef Ljubomir Stanisic’s nationality) cuisines. You can travel as you taste “The Story”, its condensed version “The Short Story”, or vegetarian “Echoes from 100”.

Price: €170 for the Story menu (+€125 for wine bold pairing); €140 for the Short Story menu; €150 for the Echoes from 100 menu. 100Maneiras.com

2Monkeys: *One Star

Awarded in 2024, 2Monkeys restaurant takes a refined and playful approach to food, offering “fun fine-dining”. The concept is designed by the two chefs Vítor Matos and Francisco Quintas in a space with only 14 seats around a counter where food is prepared, cooked and explained. The restaurant opens five days a week and the menu is secret, with 14 moments and no alternatives, only taking into account any specific food restrictions you might have.

Price: €150-250 for a fixed menu. Located in Torel Palace Lisbon, a luxury boutique hotel. 2Monkeys.com

Alma: **Two Stars

Alma was awarded its first Michelin star in 2016, and ascended to two stars in the 2019 edition. It serves informal signature cuisine in a sophisticated environment. The food journey, led by chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, comprises a few menus: Costa a Costa, five courses inspired by the sea, Alma, a selection of five of the chef’s favourite dishes, as well as a la carte.

Price: €185 for both the Alma and the Costa a Costa menus. www.almalisboa.pt

Belcanto: **Two Stars

Conveniently situated in Chiado, Belcanto was the first restaurant in Lisbon to be awarded two Michelin stars in 2014. Drawing on José Avillez’s expertise and creativity, the restaurant features “a revisited Portuguese cuisine served to an exclusive set of ten tables”. Reservations are required, ideally one to three months ahead.

Price: €235 for the Classics menu; €250 for the Landscapes menu. www.belcanto.pt

Cura: *One Star

Cura run by chef Pedro Pena Bastos received its first star in the 2022 awards, not long after opening in 2020 at the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz. The restaurant offers a la carte menus that highlight fine seasonal produce, as well as three tasting menus.

Price: €145 for the menu with 5 moments; €185 for the menu with 10 moments; both menus have vegetarian versions. www.fourseasons.com/pt/lisbon/dining/restaurants/cura

Eleven: *One Star

From the top of Eduardo VII Park, Eleven delivers a dining experience of the highest quality, accompanied by vistas of Lisbon and the River Tejo. Joachim Koerpe is the leading chef of a concept of Mediterranean cuisine that uses the freshest produce.

Price: €149 for the Amália Rodrigues menu; €235 for the Blue Lobster menu. www.restauranteleven.com

Epur: *One Star

An open kitchen and wide windows overlooking the city and the River Tejo are the setting of a fine-dining experience led by the French chef Vincent Farges. Epur offers a simple but sophisticated menu that changes with the seasons. Three starters, three main courses, and three desserts, each offering two or three flavours, make up the basis for the four tasting menus.

Price: €120 for the Inspirations menu; €150 for the Epurismo menu. www.epur.pt

Feitoria: *One Star

The Michelin-starred Feitoria serves traditional and authentic flavours with Oriental influences. Chef João Rodrigues’ menus are all about the product. The dining experience is enhanced by a unique waterfront location in Belém.

Price: €160 for the Roots menu; €180 for the Leaf menu. www.restaurantefeitoria.com

Fifty Seconds: *One Star

It all begins with boarding the elevator of the MYRIAD hotel, which takes fifty seconds to reach the restaurant at 120 metres high. The stunning views are also part of the fine-dining experience that combines sophisticated flavours.

Located at the top of Vasco da Gama Tower in Parque das Nações, Fifty Seconds is led by the Spanish chef Martín Berasategui who has earned a total of 10 Michelin stars.

Price: €205 for the menu with 10 moments; €235 for the menu with 12 moments. www.fiftysecondsexperience.com

Kabuki: *One Star

It is the first Kabuki to open outside Spain, being born in Madrid in 2000 (also distinguished with one Michelin star) and having another restaurant in Valencia since 2012. In Lisbon, Kabuzi opened in 2021 in the recently renovated Ritz Galleries offering a fusion of Japanese and Mediterranean flavours. Chef Paulo Alves leads the cuisine that serves three distinct spaces: the restaurant, Kikubari and Kabuki Experience.

Price: €125-150 for the Kabuki menu; €100-125 for the vegan menu. www.kabukilisboa.pt

Kanazawa: *One Star

Eight places, one Michelin star: Kanazawa is such a tiny restaurant that its food is all you can concentrate on. Chef and owner Paulo Morais offers different courses of the traditional kaiseki cuisine, explained and prepared in front of you in a sophisticated dining experience.

Price: €60 for the vegetarian Oyama (shojin ryori) with 5 Moments; €90 for the Kaiseki ryori with 7 Moments; €100 for the Kanazawa (sushi omakase) with 8 Moments. kanazawa.com.pt

LOCO: *One Star

In Loco, Alexandre Silva offers a gastronomic experience featuring locally-sourced and organic produce. Committed to a zero-waste policy, there’s only one tasting menu in Loco – an introduction to the chef’s cuisine, with 17 “unpredictable and surprising moments”.

Price: €156 for the LOCO menu (16 courses). www.loco.pt

SÁLA: *One Star

SÁLA restaurant has intimacy at its core, ranging from its name, which includes chef João Sá’s surname, to an open kitchen that invites you to know the chef’s suggestions. It’s like the chef is welcoming you to his own private “sala” (Portuguese for dining room) where he combines Portuguese and international cuisine with a taste of Asia “In search of new Textures” and with “Horizon at sight”.

Price: €90 for the Horizon at sight menu, and €120 for the In search of new Textures menu. restaurantesala.pt

Share.