There are not many all-organic restaurants in Lisbon, but they are definitely worth it. All you eat and drink is 100% certified organic, which most often means healthier food, superior in taste and quality. Some organic shops in Lisbon also offer snacks and lunch menus.
This is the first all-organic restaurant in Lisbon. Their produce comes from local suppliers, their bread and pastry are homemade, their juices and dishes use only fresh ingredients that enhance natural flavours. A super-seasonal and daily-changing menu includes a vegetarian dish, such as beet risotto or couscous salad, and an all-Portuguese fish dish. The lunch menu is €10, and it includes a starter, such as hummus with bread, soup or dessert, a dish, and a drink (juice, tea or lemonade).
In Bocca al Lupo
As Pachamama, this is also the first of its kind, an all-organic pizzeria in Lisbon. The restaurant buys from organic growers in Portugal and Italy to make the roman pizza baked in a traditional stone oven. They offer a variety of pizzas, large but with thin crust, including several vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. On Sundays, there’s a special dish of fresh pasta, gnocchi, risotto or minestrone. The desserts are great, made daily, including some that are lactose free and vegan. To pair with the pizza, they have Portuguese organic wines and craft beers. There’s a take away service.
- Rua Manuel Bernardes, 5, Wed-Sun 7pm-11pm, www.inboccaallupo.pt