Time Out Market
This uber-popular riverside food hall houses stalls from the country’s hautest chefs all under one roof.
The 30-minute detour to this long-standing favorite is necessary for two reasons: The food and the best views of the capital, especially at sunset.
Susana Felicidade’s playful, pharmacy-inspired restaurant serves elevated twists on petiscos, the Portuguese version of shared plates.
Chef Tiago Feio use unconventional cooking methods to highlight the unique flavors and textures of every ingredient featured in his seven-course tasting menu.
There are a lot of tried-and-true taverns in Lisbon, but this old-school spot is the ultimate stop for fresh, simply prepared shellfish.
As the name suggests, Kiko Martins’ second Lisbon restaurant focuses on Peruvian cuisine, especially fresh, flavorful ceviches.
This restaurant without a menu gives diners the choice between two different multicourse tasting menus—the rest is a surprise from start to finish.
Casa de Pasto
The kitchen is known for turning out clever updates on traditional ingredients and the lower-level bar is the perfect post-dinner pit stop in the neighborhood.
Chef Jose Avillez’s whimsical creations make Lisbon’s only Michelin two-star restaurant as popular today as it was when it opened in 2012.