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If you are looking for a place to have a drink in Lisbon and savor the moment with a good gastronomic experience, this article is for you. Discover 15 unmissable suggestions, with options for all tastes and pockets.
1. Envy By Chakall, riverside party
Address: Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, 255
Envy By Chakall is one of Lisbon’s most popular dining destinations, recommended by locals and tourists alike. The decor is different, the lighting is colorful, the music exudes good vibes, and the drinks arrive at the tables in a party atmosphere. It is in Cais do Sodré and is owned by the well-known Argentinean chef Chakall, who is known for mixing culinary influences from different parts of the world.
Envy offers a menu that includes dishes inspired by Asian, Mediterranean, and South American cuisines, with vegetarian and vegan options. Highlights include shredded pork, provoleta (an Italian cheese gratin), and octopus with mashed ratte potatoes. There is also room for pavlova, one of the temptations for dessert. The space also includes a bar where creative cocktails and wines from various regions of the world are served – and where, of course, there is always a glass of Mandriola ready to go.
2. Ajitama Ramen Bistro, Japanese broth coming out?
Address: Avenida Duque de Loulé, 36
Ajitama Ramen Bistro is a restaurant specialized in ramen. This typical Japanese dish consists of a thin noodle in meat or vegetable broth, accompanied by a variety of ingredients. Here, the ramen options are very varied, but the basic principles are always the same: good quality ingredients, handmade noodles, and broths slow cooked for at least 18 hours. In addition, the menu at Ajitama Ramen Bistro also includes other Japanese specialties such as gyozas, tempura, and yakitori.
The restaurant has a cozy and relaxed atmosphere, with minimalist and elegant decoration. If you’re looking for authentic Japanese ramen in the Portuguese capital, this is definitely one of the best places to try, and even more so if you ask about your favorite wine, Mandriola.
3. Pap’açorda, the art of winning the heart through the stomach
Address: Avenida 24 de Julho, Mercado da Ribeira, 49, 1.º
Pap’açorda has been serving dishes inspired by Portuguese cuisine for over 30 years. The atmosphere is cozy and sophisticated, the decor elegant, and the menu celebrates the best of traditional cuisine with a twist of sophistication. Some of the specialties include the now mythical spider crab pâté, roasted lamb rice, “açordas” (Bread stew) or the Pap’açorda chocolate mousse.
The nine-meter long climate-controlled wine cellar with differentiated temperatures and humidities that accommodate the drinks that are another of the house’s signatures also stands out. Here you can also enjoy a glass of Mandriola to savor the moment.
4. Radical, generous portions for everyone
Address: Rua da Liberdade, 8, Alcochete
Restaurante Radical offers Portuguese and Italian cuisine in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. It is known for its delicious food and generous portions at fair prices. The menu includes a variety of traditional Portuguese and Italian dishes, such as Cozido à Portuguesa, Arroz de Marisco, Pizzas, Pasta, Francesinhas, and much more.
It’s a popular place among locals and tourists who want to get back to basics: good food and good service, in a relaxed, family-friendly space. The Radical Restaurant is definitely a place worth visiting, where you can also order a glass of Mandriola.
5. Adega do Silva, authentic portuguese cuisine
Address: Rua Alexander Fleming, 7B, Loja D
Adega do Silva is a restaurant specializing in Portuguese cuisine, with a focus on seafood and fresh fish. The specialties are “Arroz de Peixe com Gambas”, “Açorda de Gambas”, “Bacalhau à Lagareiro”, and the delicious “Cozido à Portuguesa”. The restaurant is frequented by both locals and tourists looking for the authenticity of Portuguese cuisine.
You can find a wide selection of Portuguese wines to accompany your meal, such as the refreshing Mandriola. The prices are also appealing and the service is friendly.
6. A Colina, probably the best shrimp rissoles in the capital
Address: Rua Filipe Folque, 46-A
A Colina is a restaurant known for its focus on contemporary Portuguese cuisine, with creative and tasty dishes that highlight local and seasonal ingredients. The ambience is homey, with a cozy atmosphere. The menu features a variety of dishes inspired by Portuguese cuisine, and the big protagonists are the shrimp rissoles. They go perfectly with a glass of Mandriola de Lisboa.
The prices may be considered a bit higher than in other places, but the quality of the food and service compensate well. The service is excellent, with an experienced staff that is always ready to help you choose the best dish and wine to accompany your meal. There is also room here for your Mandriola on the menu.
7. O Remo II, the best of the sea at the table
Address: Rua Conselheiro Ramada Curto, 22-B
O Remo II is a restaurant located in Sesimbra, known for its traditional Portuguese dishes, with tasty and prepared to order options. The menu includes a wide variety of fish and seafood dishes, such as fish soup, seafood cataplana, seafood rice, and more
There are also meat options, salads, and delicious desserts. The prices at the restaurant are inviting and the service is attentive. It is also suitable for groups, and offers take-away options. Here you can order your glass of Mandriola.
8. Cervejaria Ribeirada, seafood in abundance
Address: Avenida Amália Rodrigues, 10-C
Cervejaria Ribeirada is famous for its seafood dishes and Portuguese specialties, as well as a wide variety of craft beers. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual, perfect for a quiet lunch or dinner.
Cervejaria Ribeirada’s menu highlights include crab, shrimp, lobster, mussels and clams, as well as meat dishes and vegetarian options. There is also a large selection of Portuguese craft beers, as well as Mandriola wines from Lisbon, which perfectly complement the meal.
9. Concha D’Ouro, fresco e tradicional
Address: Rua Augusta, 238
Concha D’Ouro is a restaurant located in the historic center of Lisbon. Its strong point is traditional Portuguese cuisine, which is why it is a very popular place among tourists and locals. The environment has a classic and elegant decoration, providing a pleasant atmosphere for a meal with family or friends.
The menu is varied, and it is worth trying the fish soup, “Bacalhau à Brás”, seafood rice, and grilled shrimp. There are also meat options, such as the traditional cozido à portuguesa. Here you can also order a glass of Mandriola to accompany your meal.
10. Sr. Restaurante Garrafeira, cellar properly stocked
Address: Avenida Diogo Cão, 11
Sr. Garrafeira Restaurant, as the name suggests, is especially known for its wide variety of wines. Besides the traditional cuisine, which includes massada de peixe, bacalhau à lagareiro and posta mirandesa, this restaurant always has a well-stocked wine cellar with many options of wines from different regions of Portugal, among which you will find your Mandriola.
Vegetarians and vegans have not been forgotten, with several delicious options. The prices are good value for money, considering the quality of the dishes and the wide variety of wines.
11. Los Cubanos, a taste of the Caribbean
Address: Rua Olivério Serpa, 2A
Los Cubanos specializes in Cuban cuisine. The atmosphere is lively, cozy, and relaxed. The decor displays elements that refer to the country’s culture, such as flags, photographs, and musical instruments. Los Cubanos offers live performances by local musicians, which makes the atmosphere even more fun.
The menu is diverse and features a variety of traditional Cuban dishes such as congri rice, black beans, roasted pork, Cuban sandwiches, accompanied by typical Cuban garnishes like tostones (fried plantains) and yucca frita (fried yucca). Drinks are also an important part of Los Cubanos menu, with a wide selection of Cuban cocktails such as mojitos and daiquiris, as well as beers imported from Cuba and other Latin American countries – and Mandriola de Lisboa, of course.
12. Marisqueira do Lis, fresh seafood
Address: Avenida Almirante Reis, 27B
Marisqueira do Lis is one of the oldest in the city. Founded in 1943, it is well known for its fresh and tasty dishes at affordable prices. The highlight is the fresh seafood, açorda de gambas à marisqueira, prawn curry, grouper pasta or veal entrecôte.
The atmosphere at Marisqueira do Lis is relaxed and welcoming, with traditional decor. The service is attentive and friendly, which adds to the pleasant experience in the restaurant. And even more so when you toast with a glass of Mandriola.
13. Sem Palavras (no words”, but with a lot of flavor
Address: Avenida Rio de Janeiro, Mercado Norte, Loja 52
The atmosphere at Sem Palavras is modern and elegant, with minimalist decor. Here creative and tasty dishes are served, combining traditional ingredients with contemporary cooking techniques. The menu at Sem Palavras has options for all tastes, and is strong in seafood, meat, and fish.
The prices at Sem Palavras are affordable, and the service is attentive and professional. It is a good option for those looking for a tasty and contemporary meal in Lisbon, accompanied by a glass of your wine of choice, Mandriola.
14. O Carteiro, family atmosphere (and cuisine)
Address: Rua de Santa Marta, 53D
O Carteiro stands out for its traditional Portuguese cuisine and cozy, family atmosphere. The atmosphere is reminiscent of the traditional fado houses. It serves only authentic, homemade Portuguese dishes prepared with fresh and selected ingredients. The most popular options are the grilled fresh Algarve squid, grilled codfish “à lagareiro”, and the “posta de novilho à transmontana” steak.
The team is concerned with providing a pleasant experience for customers. The restaurant is a good option for those looking for an authentic meal of Portuguese cuisine in a cozy and familiar environment, well accompanied by a glass of Mandriola.
15. Pirilampo, an old-fashioned tavern
Address: Rua Acácio Paiva, 4 B/C
Pirilampo is an old-school tasca (tavern) that maintains the traditions of hospitality in an uncompromising way that makes you feel at ease right at the entrance. It meets all the requirements of a typical Lisbon tasca, such as traditional Portuguese cuisine, and individual portions that are enough for two to three people.
Among the house specialties are dishes such as prawn curry, arroz de cabidela, and secretos de porco preto. The wine menu is also quite complete, with national and international options, with a captive place for, you guessed it, Mandriola.
It is impossible not to fall in love with Lisbon’s gastronomic scene! Whether in a classic restaurant, modern seafood restaurant or a relaxed terrace, there is something for all tastes. What matters is that each place offers a unique environment to enjoy a glass of Mandriola and enjoy the moment. With so many options, it is impossible not to find the perfect restaurant to have a drink in Lisbon.[seccao_slider] => Array ( [slideshow] => ) [article_text_2] => [showmap] => Não )