Rua Nova da Trindade no. 20C, tel. 213.423.506
If you're drawn to lively restaurants, make sure you head to the Cervejaria Trindade, where you can enjoy good Portuguese cuisine, including tasty fish and meat dishes.
Pedro das Arábias
Rua da Atalaia no. 70, tel. 213.468.494
Pedro das Arábias is steeped in the warm atmosphere and aromatic spices of the Middle East. Dressed in a jellaba, the owner serves savoury couscous or tajines on attractive regional dishware.
Rua da Academia das Ciências no. 1-1A, tel. 213.431.311
Established in the heart of the house that was the birthplace of the Marquês de Pombal, Consenso features three separate dining rooms that use earth, fire and water as their themes. The restaurant's menu offers a creative take on traditional Portuguese fare.
Rua Artilharia Um no. 16, tel. 213.879.944
Considered one of Lisbon's foremost Italian restaurants, Mezzaluna attracts a rather posh crowd. Lovers of fresh pasta prepared al dente will find much to love here.
Avenida República no. 15A, tel. 213.546.340
Pastelaria Versailles offers excellent pastries in an attractive, late-19th-century decor.
Rua do Salitre no. 117, tel. 213.142.038
Os Tibetanos, a Tibetan vegetarian restaurant with a very creative menu, is a must for health food enthusiasts!
Pastéis de Belém
Rua de Belém nos. 84-92, tel. 213.637.423
During your visit to the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, make sure you stop by the Pastéis de Belém, the best-known pastry shop in the area.
Palácio Nacional de Queluz, Largo do Palácio
In addition to the fine cuisine included in the regular menu, this restaurant offers a three-course meal of more elaborate dishes such as cataplana de lombinhos de porco com amêijoas e camarão (fried pork tenderloin with shrimp and clams) and cabrito frito com migas de grelos (goat meat served with fried bread and broccoli).