Peruvian-style cuisine done by a globetrotting Portuguese Chef. Have your pisco sour outside while you wait for a table. You will wait for a table.

A Cevicheria

A lot of pizza joints in Lisbon, but not that many get it right. Try to get a table outside. The back porch facing the botanical garden helps.

Zero Zero

Mexican street food and punchy cocktails in the heart of Lisbon? Yes, please.

Coyo Taco

This city hideaway has been around for over five decades, but you can still find peace, quiet and a tasteful selection of whiskeys, along with one of the best sirloin steaks in town.


Meet a joyful combination of high-quality ingredients, the chef's creative vision, and mastery in the art of traditional French gastronomy.


For coffee lovers and healthy food advocates, this place has it all. Try the bagel and thank us later.

Numa Café

Michelin-star Sá Pessoa blends Spanish tapas with Portuguese petiscos in a not-so-Michelin-star way.


Opened since the 70's, here you can find the most traditional Portuguese dishes, where tradition and history are celebrated with a modern twist. A must try.

Faz Frio

Hands down some of the best coffee and cocoa products in the world. Just try it.

Bettina & Niccolo Corallo

Portuguese gastropub that is small but has a big heart. You might just find yourself wanting to stay there for drinks late into the night, or you might make it a perfect starting point before you descend onto Cais do Sodré. Either way, it won't disappoint.

Pub Lisboeta

The closest you will feel to Chinese territory and culture without ever leaving Príncipe Real. Beautiful place. Have some tea while you're there.

Pavilhão Chinês

There's a dramatic shortage of old-school bars in Lisbon. Some have dwindled, most have disappeared, Foxtrot remains pretty much as it ever was. These days it feels like a time travel experience into a different time in Lisbon. It feels great, that's what we mean.


Same as it ever was, Mr. Oliveira's kiosk remains one of the places that has as many neighborhood regulars as its tourists. You're likely to find us there after we close the shop.

O Oliveira

Beautiful luscious garden that seems highly implausible given the amount of cement and concrete surrounding it. If you like to meditate or just want a walking distance place to get away from it all, this is one of the safest bets in Lisbon.

Jardim Botânico

Contemporary art gallery and meeting point. It is a great entry point into the Portuguese art scene and is doing its best to bring artists and audiences in the city closer than ever.

Art Room

Right next to the botanical garden, The National Museum of Natural History is one of the biggest museums in Portugal dedicated to natural history, botanic, and science. If you want to deep dive into history and explore a beautiful building in the neighborhood, it is well worth a visit.

Museu N. de História Natural da Ciência


Embark on a journey of taste, culture, and wonder in our stores' lovely neighborhoods of Campo de Ourique and Chiado.