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Água pela Barba – Taste the Sea in Lisbon

A non-descript storefront on Rua do Alameda, in the Bica neighborhood of Lisbon, is the façade of a cool new restaurant focussing on food from the sea. It’s Agua pela Barba, a vintage fisherman-style restaurant, serving traditional Portuguese fish and seafood with a bit of cosmopolitan flare.

2017 Michelin Stars in Portugal

Nine new Michelin Stars in Portugal for 2017! Let’s add those to the existing 14, and we have some excellent fine dining across the country. One star chefs earning a second star this year is ...
PapAçorda

Pap’Açorda – Consistently Good. Consistently Cool.

Pap’Açorda opened its doors in 1981 and quickly became the fashionable place for traditional Portuguese food in Lisbon. For 35 years, the restaurant in Bairro Alto, started by noted restaurateurs José Miranda and Fernando Fernandes, was a favorite among locals and attracted a high-profile crowd...
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El Bulo Social Club by Chakall – South American Cuisine in Lisbon

He’s been quoted as saying El Bulo Social Club is his newest and last restaurant. Chakall, the popular, turban-wearing, Argentina-born, television celebrity chef brings new life, Latin flare and South American cuisine to an abandoned warehouse in the Marvila area of Lisbon. El Bulo Social Club is intended to be fun and festive, without pretenses.
Pito do Bairro

Pito do Bairro – Barbeque by Olivier in Lisbon

Prolific and popular Portuguese restaurateur Olivier da Costa (known to everyone simply as “Olivier”) adds yet another new concept to his portfolio of dining establishments. Joining the successful ranks of Olivier Avenida (fine dining), Guilty (casual gourmet), Yakza (Japanese),...