Lisbon is a dream destination for foodies, wine lovers, critics and the curious. From auteur restaurants to century-old tascas, there is always a table set and waiting for you. The famous bacalhau (salted cod), in its various forms, is not to be missed. The seafood and fresh fish bring the Atlantic onto your plate in a sophisticated way or straight from the grill. And the cafés, where so many Portuguese writers gathered together, have outdoor seating with stunning views, endless hours of enchanting sun and, increasingly, interesting wine lists to get to know one of Portugal’s greatest riches. Come and sample them.
The restaurant "A Severa" inaugurated in 1955, is in Lisbon located in one of the city´s oldest and most emblematic neighbourhoods, the Bairro Alto.
Audrey's is open all day for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, sharing plates in late afternoon and dinner service.
The contemporary Portuguese aura cuisine is inspired by traditional Portuguese delicacies. The lounge and the terrace are a meeting point of Lisbon, in the Terreiro do Paço.
À la carte restaurant open for breakfasts and evening meals, it serves an exquisite range of Mediterranean cuisine