Our City Guide

Lisbon is a city full of culture, history, great food, and beautiful views. If you’re looking to explore more of what our beloved city has to offer, our city guide is the perfect place to start. Discover Lisbon through our eyes, and learn about all the best places to see, eat, and experience.

Restaurants & Cafes

Velho Eurico

Typical and simple authentic restaurant that is already a reference in the city, serving a panoply of traditional dishes, with emphasis on cod and octopus .
Comfort food in a real “tasca“. One of the best in Lisbon.

Medium price: 20 euros

Open from 12:30pm to 3pm and from 8pm to 10:30pm. Closed Monday
Address: Largo de São Cristóvão, 3

Reservations: DM on Instagram

Fauna e Flora

Seasonal, healthy and freshly home made! All day brunch, “brinner”, speciality coffee and fresh juices.

Medium price: 15 euros

Open every day from 9am to 7pm
Address :Rua da Esperança 33


One of the best places for fresh seafood in town. Big crabs, small crabs, oysters, barnacles, clams , shrimps… all the freshness of the ocean in a plate.
The traditional dessert is the famous meat sandwich (Prego).

Medium price :25 euros

Open from 12:00 to 00:00. Closed on Mondays
Address: Av. Alm. Reis 1 H

Casa da India

Despite the name, Casa da Índia (House of India), is a traditional and cheap restaurant with a Portuguese menu. The name refers to an organization that managed Portuguese trade in overseas goods, like spices, mainly in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Traditional Portuguese cuisine open until late. Good value for money.

Medium price: 15 euros

Open from 12:00 to 1am. Closed on Sunday
Address: Rua do Loreto 49

Lupita Pizzaria Lisboa

Natural fermented pizza, natural wines, cool vibe. One of our favorites spots for pizza in town!
Take away . No reservations.

Medium price: 15 euros

Open every day from 12:00 to 3pm and from 6pm until 11pm
Address: Rua de São Paulo 79

Orteá Vegan Collective

Plant based food for body and soul. Unprocessed vegan food , makes most items in-house. Daily selection of cakes, kombuchas and lattes.

Medium price: 15 euros

Open every day from 12:00 to 11pm
Address: Rua D. Luís 19

Principe do Calhariz

Good traditional Portuguese food, extensive menu with good option for meat, fish (try the octopus) served in big portions. Good value for money.

Medium price: 15/20 euros

Open from 12:00 to 3pm and 7pm to 10:30pm. Closed on Sunday
Address : Calçada Combro 28

26 Vegan Project

Vegan restaurant serving different plates daily plus offers snack foods like burger and fries, scones and toasts. Dessert choices include vegan cheesecake, chocolate cake, brownies and mousse. Beverages are natural juice and biological wine.

Medium Price: 20 euros

Open every day from  12:30pm to 6pm and from 7pm to 11pm
Address: Rua da Horta Seca ,5. Piso -2

Café Janis

Lively “all day“ café with tropical décor and cool vibe serving breakfast food, coffee, wine and cocktails. The outdoor seating out front is perfect for a leisurely afternoon drink.

Medium Price: 15 euros

Open every day from 8am to midnight
Address: Rua Da Moeda, 1A


In a hidden street in Lisbon’s residential Anjos neighborhood, food hailing from the former Portuguese colony of Macau anchors the menu but the restaurant is also chronicling the evolution of the Portuguese post-colonial kitchen, with the country’s connection to India and the African continent making an appearance on the plate.

Medium Price: 20euros

Open Tuesday to Saturday from 7:30pm to 11pm
Address: Rua da Ilha de Sao Tomé 10A B
Reservations :351 935 021 077

Hello Krystof

Hello Kristof is a coffee and magazine café. They only serve espresso-based drinks using a single-group “La Marzocco GS3”. Beans are roasted locally at “Academica Do Café”. They also serve brunch,  good Pastries and a curated selection of magazines.

Medium price: 10 euros

Open every day from  9am to 4pm
Address: Rua do Poço dos Negros 103