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Lisbonne : cuisine et restaurants

Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant de fruits de mer
“Sea food lovers, its a MUST for the best in town. The best time to go to Ramiro is at five in the afternoon. There, when the big lunches are over, it's still not the time for the English to dine and the Portuguese are thinking about going there for an afternoon snack (but do not divulge this secret, please). When you leave, you will even laugh at the queue. Must try: the clams the Bulhão Pato way - with toasts full of butter, obviously.”
  • Recommandé par 292 habitants
Grand magasin
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
  • Recommandé par 110 habitants
Restaurant italien
“Praça do Comércio (Commerce Square) used to be the location of the royal palace, until it was destroyed in 1755 by the Great Earthquake. The royal family moved to another residence in the district of Belem, and the new arcaded buildings became the entry port of the city. Its north side hosts a triumphal arch and one of the city's legendary cafes, Café Martinho da Arcada, a favourite for writers Fernando Pessoa, Almeida Garrett and Eça de Queiroz. The centre of the square boasts the statue of King José I, which is 14 meters high”
  • Recommandé par 125 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“Great atmosphere, good view, inserted in the building of the Circus School where there is also a shop, a bar and regular shows.”
  • Recommandé par 111 habitants
Restaurant de fruits de mer
“If you're in the mood to have fresh fish with a twist. Book ahead! Tel. 213461564/65”
  • Recommandé par 83 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“The Carmo Convent is a powerful reminder of the 1755 earthquake. The walls of this Gothic church remained standing, but the roof and arches collapsed. It is best to visit the church in the early morning while the sun illuminates the deserted floor, giving it a contemplative air.”
  • Recommandé par 60 habitants
Bar
“Nice cafe with a patio with a great city view and an exotic atmosphere. Great for a snack or a drink. Mon-Sat 12:30-00:00”
  • Recommandé par 87 habitants
Bar à cocktails
“Another ultra-cool rooftop space opens in Lisbon. This time in Martim Moniz with extraordinary views of Lisbon, from São Jorge Castle and Mouraria, to the viewpoints of Graça and Senhora do Monte. Topo is sure to become the classic spot for after-work drinks, sunset dinners and evening cocktails.”
  • Recommandé par 75 habitants

Cafés

Café
“Café com style, the oldest in Lisbon, is worth sitting down and enjoying the street art and taking a picture next to Fernando Pessoa, Great Portuguese poet.”
  • Recommandé par 111 habitants
Café
“A great place to have a brunch or a light meal and admire from the terrace a superb view on the Tagus. Noobai is the creole word for "let's go", so don't hesitate and go!”
  • Recommandé par 93 habitants
Café
“Cosy and homey café for brunch or lunch in the historical district of Alfama.”
  • Recommandé par 66 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“Best steak restaurant in Lisbon according to Time Out. Found opposite the Portuguese parliament - look out for the Portuguese prime minister!”
  • Recommandé par 40 habitants
Café
“ Brick Cafe is only 140 m from hotel. The menu is a bit small, but reasonably priced. Brick Cafe is supposed to be a nice place with nice food and coffee, nice decorations and prices weren't that high. The place is rather small, very cozy and friendly. ”
  • Recommandé par 34 habitants
Bar
“Nice place to have a drink. They also serve light meals like salads, toasts and tapas like chorizo and plat of smoked ham”
  • Recommandé par 44 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“This restaurant is right next to the Cathedral sé de Lisboa and guess what, I work there! :) Cruzes Credo is a nice place to drink wine or have coffee. We have craft-beers on draft and some great dishes. ”
  • Recommandé par 37 habitants
Cafe
“Restaurant / Café / gourmet food shop. They have very nice scones! Right at Tejo river. ”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants

Boulangeries

Pie Shop
“The most famous custard tarts in Lisbon served warm right out of the oven with a dust of cinnamon. It's impossible to eat less than two (or three)! Daily 08:00-23:00”
  • Recommandé par 338 habitants
Boulangerie
“Yes, the ones from Pasteis de Belém are the original ones, and yes, they are delicious! But I must say that the ones served in Manteigaria are equally worth it! ”
  • Recommandé par 103 habitants
Café
“Great patisserie dating from 1829 with mirrored ceilings, wooden staircases and marble counters. It sells cakes, pastries and jams. Daily 08:00-20:00”
  • Recommandé par 70 habitants
Café
“Cosy and homey café for brunch or lunch in the historical district of Alfama.”
  • Recommandé par 66 habitants
Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
“Good classic Portuguese food. Usually their fish is good if you're going out for dinner, but they also do brunches. Lovely to sit next to Praca das Flores. ”
  • Recommandé par 59 habitants
Boulangerie
“It's a lovely space from the beginning of the Twentieth Century and it has very good bakery and patisserie. You can also order main dishes.”
  • Recommandé par 54 habitants
Café
“ Brick Cafe is only 140 m from hotel. The menu is a bit small, but reasonably priced. Brick Cafe is supposed to be a nice place with nice food and coffee, nice decorations and prices weren't that high. The place is rather small, very cozy and friendly. ”
  • Recommandé par 34 habitants
Boulangerie
“Great to have your breakfast and take a first look at the historical center in Lisbon!”
  • Recommandé par 23 habitants