A table with several glasses of champagne and a plate of pastries in Lisbon, Portugal.

Lisbon Food Guide

by | Food, guides, Portugal

Our Lisbon Food Guide offers ideas for good food in Lisbon, Portugal.

Enjoy our Guide on Instagram with recommendations of
many of our favorite places to enjoy the food that Lisbon has to offer.
It will continue to be updated and expanded as more places
are experienced and recommended.

Pão de Canela

This is a neighborhood find in Principe Real which serves everything from coffee and breads in the morning to late night dinner and wine.

Restaurant Rio Coura

Excellent seafood in an informal setting near Alfama and Castelo de S Jorge. This restaurant is an obvious local favorite and the prices are very affordable.

Marisquería Ramiro

Top Rated on Google and extremely popular seafood restaurant. Before Covid there were very long lines to get in.
The food looks amazing but I have yet to try it. Let me know if you have been!

Sr. Lisboa

This cute little tapas and desserts place is the top rated restaurant on Yelp. That Octopus!!

Cantinho do Aziz

Enjoy authentic Mozambican food near Castelo de S. Jorge and Alfama. Delicious curries, yuca fries, and more!

Rose Stupa Restaurant And Snack Bar

This top rated restaurant on Trip Advisor serves Indian and Nepalese cuisine.


This is my favorite place for pastais de nata, the delicious Portuguese egg tarts that you must try when visiting. Enjoy them hot from the oven with a cappuccino.


Top rated on Zomato for delicious authentic Italian Gelato. It really does take you away to the streets of Rome!

Adega Belém

An urban winery in the heart of Lisbon! They offer winery tours and tastings of their reds, whites. Roses and bubblies.

Hotel Mundial Rooftop Bar

Don’t miss a glass of wine or a cocktail atop this hotel with an amazing panoramic view of Lisbon. There are also snack items available to enjoy with the view and your beverage.

We hope you found this Lisbon food guide helpful. We welcome comments to help us improve.

Be sure and check out the Porto Food Guide, too!

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