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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Bar
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“Red velvet, dark wood, mirrors and a pool table, all in a 20's art deco theme. Food is also served.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
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“Best steak restaurant in Lisbon according to Time Out. Found opposite the Portuguese parliament - look out for the Portuguese prime minister!”
  • 39 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
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“AMAZING ice cream. If you're an ice cream lover you should definitely make a stop here. ”
  • 56 locals recommend
Cupcake Shop
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“Small cafe whith wifi where you can relax and have a delicious chocolate cake”
  • 19 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
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“This neighbourhood restaurant, up the street from Praça das Flores, is a former grocery store from 1870, and the name is that of the original owner, whose portrait can be seen on a wall. There’s also the portrait of Mrs. Deolinda, the store’s second owner after Mrs. Quitéria. They’re both now part of the décor which has changed little for the space’s new life as a “petiscos” (tapas) restaurant. Is now essentially classic Portuguese “petiscos” at the table. They’re available for lunch and dinner, always with a welcoming ambience. Recently frequented by the actor, singer and writer Eddie Redmayne, Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2015. On Sundays there is fado, at 20.30h. Average price 20€ ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
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“It is today our parliament. Nearby is the official residence of Portugal’s Prime Minister. The Palace has its origin in the first Benedictine monastery of Lisbon, established in 1598 and it was continuously expanded. When the construction works of the new building were almost finished, the destructive 1755 Lisbon earthquake damaged it. After the Liberal Revolution (1820) and the suppression of religious orders in Portugal (1834), the monks were expelled from the monastery and the Portuguese Parliament was installed in the building. From then on, the old monastery was systematically adapted to its new functions.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Asian fusion is the word at Umai. Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai are all combined to present a varied and exotic menu. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Pricy, but genuine Italian food. You will need transport. If you go, tell them you are staying at Caty's place.”
  • 7 locals recommend
BBQ Joint
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“Typical restaurant where you can have lunch, sardines in summetime or fried chicken.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Market
“A16th-century monastery was turned into this imposing neoclassical palace in 1834, which is now Portugal's parliament. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The freshest ingredients you find in the neighbourhood , they always changing their menu, is a must if you want to taste the new Portuguese cuisine.”
  • 1 local recommends
Market
  • 2 locals recommend
Furniture / Home Store
“Lojas especilaizadas em objetos feitos de vidro (" Murana", louças, copos, jarros, objetos de decoração, etc...”
  • 5 locals recommend
Street Address
“70's Design Restaurant with an Alpine twist. Homemade Swiss Food and German Beers...”
  • 3 locals recommend
Street Address
“Old grocery store dated from 1870 which now re-opens as a wine bar and coffee house with some great food. They do brunchs on Sundays!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Swiss Restaurant
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“bistro with flavors of the Alps, the warm atmosphere and decor retro, 70s inspired. Cooking homemade touch.”
  • 4 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Bar
“Red velvet, dark wood, mirrors and a pool table, all in a 20's art deco theme. Food is also served.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“Best steak restaurant in Lisbon according to Time Out. Found opposite the Portuguese parliament - look out for the Portuguese prime minister!”
  • 39 locals recommend
Portuguese Restaurant
“This neighbourhood restaurant, up the street from Praça das Flores, is a former grocery store from 1870, and the name is that of the original owner, whose portrait can be seen on a wall. There’s also the portrait of Mrs. Deolinda, the store’s second owner after Mrs. Quitéria. They’re both now part of the décor which has changed little for the space’s new life as a “petiscos” (tapas) restaurant. Is now essentially classic Portuguese “petiscos” at the table. They’re available for lunch and dinner, always with a welcoming ambience. Recently frequented by the actor, singer and writer Eddie Redmayne, Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2015. On Sundays there is fado, at 20.30h. Average price 20€ ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Asian fusion is the word at Umai. Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai are all combined to present a varied and exotic menu. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Pricy, but genuine Italian food. You will need transport. If you go, tell them you are staying at Caty's place.”
  • 7 locals recommend
BBQ Joint
“Typical restaurant where you can have lunch, sardines in summetime or fried chicken.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The freshest ingredients you find in the neighbourhood , they always changing their menu, is a must if you want to taste the new Portuguese cuisine.”
  • 1 local recommends
Swiss Restaurant
“bistro with flavors of the Alps, the warm atmosphere and decor retro, 70s inspired. Cooking homemade touch.”
  • 4 locals recommend

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