Casa de Pasto

Cais do Sodre
Modern Portuguese

It was not always easy to find a great meal in party-heavy Cais do Sodre, but this all changed in 2013 when Casa de Pasto opened a kitschy restaurant (there’s a big plastic pig hanging from the ceiling) right by the city’s famous Pink Street. The kitchen is known for turning out clever updates on traditional ingredients like cured mackerel with toasted onions or pata negra paired with tart orange creme. The lower-level bar is the perfect post-dinner pit stop before braving the neighborhood’s crowd of rowdy revelers.

Casa de Pasto
Rua de São Paulo 20Lisbon, Portugal
351-963/739-979

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