If you are in Lisbon and you wish to taste dishes from all over the world, you will find it very easy. From Mediterranean food to Nordic flavors and Brazilian feijoada, you will be able to find a bit of everything in Lisbon. Because of its ex-colonies immigrants, Lisbon is probably the best capital in Europe to try African and Brazilian cuisine.
For those who wish to explore "the little Angola" in Lisbon through Angolan dishes, this is the right address!
Here you can taste the Argentinian specialities always with the highest quality. Combined with an excellence service, the hot colours of the restaurant provide a pleasant and cosy environment.
One of the best Argentinian restaurants in the town, specialises in grilled meat.
There are special restaurants which you leave with pleasant feelings and wish to return once again. This small Belgian restaurant will for sure awake such feelings. Don´t miss its specialities with, of course, Belgian beer!
With a tropical decoration, this restaurant is what Brazilians call a "Rodízio", which means basically, a place on which you can try many different types of meat, that came literally to your dish, until you are about to explode. The secret on these types of restaurants is for you to control yourself, as generally, the best meats come at the end, when the first time visitor is already full. Besides the meat, you can eat as much as you can from the buffet, including salads, black beans and fried banana. You have five addresses to choose from in Lisbon.
On the south margin of the Tagus river, with a beautiful view of Lisbon, this is a must for those who want to offer someone a romantic dinner. After you leave from the boat in Cacilhas, just turn right and follow the river. Soon you will see the tables, covered with candles, signaling the restaurant.
Opened in 1976 by a well-known Cape Verdean band, En´Clave combines genuine Cape Verde cuisine with intoxicating African music. En´Claves specialities include Moamba and Kalulu (Angolan dishes),delicious Tuna Steak, Cafriela, Mancarra Broth, the famous Capeverdean Cachupa and the Môdje of Manêl Antône.
Among all the other Chinese restaurants, it is the best in the town. If you like Chinese food, don't miss it!
Partly owned by the Cuban State, La Gloria Cubana offers genuine Cuban food and live music every night.
Very colorful decoration and great Mexican food. During summer time is perfect, since it is near the river. Just 5 minutes walking from Belém, downstream.
This very colorful restaurant serves a delicious range of Mexican food;tacos, tortillas, chillies, and "tampiqueña-style meat and spicy dishes.
Cervejaria Alemã is a cosy restaurant which offers an excellent service. Since 1927 German Cuisine is served in this historical restaurant, Cervejaria Alemã, a place where Germanic traditions are taken seriously. As traditional German dishes, in Cervejaria Alemã you will find a variety of Beers, Sausages, Choucroute and Rissling, white german wine, amongst other german specialities that makes one's mouth watery.
A Pizzeria, hidden in Chiado, owned by a real Italian. Great for those summer days, as you can eat in a fresh patio. Great food served in huge portions.
Situated in a hidden street of Bairro Alto, this hip, postmodern restaurant serves delicious homemade pastas and several versions of grilled meat.A favorite dessert surely is Sicilian-style tramisu. Don´t forget to book your table several hours in advance!
Located in the Hotel Dom Pedro, this is the most stylish Italian restaurant in the city. Everything in the restaurant including staff members are imported from Italy. If you are looking for a true Italian experience, this is the right address.
The oldest Italian restaurant in the city. Although the decoration is not very exciting, the price and the service make a full dinner quite a buy. The restaurant is convenient to the Gulbenkian Museum.
The biggest pizzeria in Iberian Peninsula.
Contrary to old Aya, this new restaurant has a more pleasant atmosphere. Efficient service. Reservation recommended.
Relaxed atmosphere. The international staff is ready for your "Japanese dreams". Buffet at lunch.
One of the most famous Spanish restaurants in Lisbon. Dinner is served until 2.00a.m! Dream with tapas!
One of the few tapas restaurants in Lisbon.With its colorful decoration, the restaurante serves a great variety of tapas.Don't forget to leave some space in your stomach for the delicious desserts!
Opened in 2002, Galloping Hogan’s is one of the recent Irish restaurant/bars of Lisbon and is probably the best with its Celtic gastronomy. Offers lunches and dinners and live music every night.
The first restaurant was opened in 2000 in Parque das Nações that inspired four restaurants to be opened later on. Just like the majority of the Irish pubs, Irish& Co has an informal atmosphere, good service, live music and of course tasty dark beer.