Buying organic food in Lisbon has never been easier. And some of these shops and supermarkets also offer snacks and lunch menus.
But long before organic became trendy, the pioneering In Bocca al Lupo was already committed to using fresh, 100% certified organic ingredients.
This pizza restaurant buys from organic growers in Portugal and Italy to make the roman pizza baked in a traditional stone oven. The menu features a variety of pizzas, always large but with a very thin crust, and several vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. On Sundays, a special dish of fresh pasta, gnocchi, risotto or minestrone is usually offered on the menu.
To pair with the pizza, there are Portuguese organic wines and craft beers. The desserts are outstanding, made daily, including lactose-free and vegan options. You may get lucky and snag a seat, but it’s best to make a reservation. Take away service is offered.
Rua Manuel Bernardes 5 (on the edge of Bairro Alto and Príncipe Real), open daily except Tuesday from 7pm-11pm, www.inboccaallupo.pt