4 years ago - Pauline P.
Because a pleasant setting is often as important as the quality of the plate during an evening in a restaurant, discover our selection of the trendiest design restaurants in Lisbon, for a combined pleasure of your eyes and your taste buds!
A refined setting, all dressed in white, a unique concept with an imposed "tasting" menu, which connects dishes and different taste discoveries... The talent and inspiration of the chef Ljubomir Stanisic attracts the whole of Lisbon to his table, and they all continue to ask for more!
Rua do Teixeira, 35, Encarnação
Kais is a 19th century warehouse restored into a gigantic industrial-style restaurant, where wooden furniture and metallic structures blend elegantly, and where olive trees grow against the brick walls. We are as impressed by the space of the place as by the refinement of the plates.
Rua Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, Armazém 1 (Cais da Viscondessa)
The view on the Tagus is breathtaking, and the design frame is not left neglected. Once owned by actor John Malkovitch, the restaurant Bica do Sapato is a must-see in Lisbon, with original cuisine and high quality. A sure bet for gourmets and design lovers.
Avenida Infante D. Henrique, Armazém B
It is the designer Miguel Cancio Martins, who we owe the Buddha Bar in Paris to, and who converted this former cloister into a trendy table, elected in 2013 among the 10 best tables of the capital by Time Out magazine. Aquariums filled with phosphorescent jellyfish and big mouths along the wall in contrast with the stone vaults of the building. The menu is more classical than the decor, but nevertheless pleasing.
Rua Serpa Pinto, 10A – 1200-445 Chiado
In a gigantic building overlooking the Eduardo VII Park, the Eleven, formerly the only restaurant starred by the Michelin guide in Lisbon, offers a unique panorama and one of the most creative dish. Chef Joachim Koerper combines fresh, high-quality produce for a Mediterranean cuisine very flavourable. On the floor above, the bistro Twelve offers a more accessible menu where tapas and risottos are in the spotlight.
Rua Marquês da Fronteira Jardim Amália Rodrigues
Located in front of the Santa Catarina mirador, the Pharmacia restaurant, housed in the charming mansion of the Pharmacy Museum, offers the world of pharmacy in detail. The setting is perfect, the decoration very beautiful, the attentive service and the amazing plates. Do not hesitate to let yourself be amazed by the menu "surprise", whose multiple appetizers will amaze your taste buds.
Rua Marechal Saldanha 1
Elected as the rising star of the Portuguese culinary scene in 2015 by the Condé Nast Traveler, Chef Manuel Lino has already come a long way, and anchored his restaurant Tabik among the most popular tables in Lisbon. He reinterprets the classics of Portuguese cuisine with more contemporary techniques and surprising associations.
Av. da Liberdade 41