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Premium Dinner Spots in Lisbon

1. Pinóquio, Lisbon

Pinóquio appetizer of shrimp and cockles

Pinóquio is a must-visit spot for those who are looking to enjoy authentic Portuguese seafood dishes such as gambas, Formosa clams, and lobster. The restaurant is popular among both locals and tourists.

2. Solar dos Presuntos, Lisbon

Solar dos Presuntos 2

Upscale Portuguese restaurant serving Minho cuisine since 1974. Solar Dos Presuntos is beloved for its fish, seafood, and grilled meats. A chic spot with hearty, regional dishes. Also, the wine list is extensive.

3. 100Maneiras, Lisbon

Bistro 100 Maneiras Dish

An art-deco-style mansion turned into a successful restaurant. They serve fusion dishes with Portuguese, Yugoslavian, French, and Italian influences. Stays open into the early hours for drinks and music.

4. Rocco, Lisbon

Rocco - Food

Italian flavors meet Portuguese cuisine. Located within the new Ivens Hotel. Rocco's interiors are theatric, from the stylish bar to the flower-print stools and bottle-lined walls. Also, spend time in the accompanying drinks lounge.

5. Oven, Lisbon

Oven - Food 1

With its sights set on serving the best Indian and Nepalese dishes in Lisbon, Oven may have achieved its ambitions. Head chef Hari Chapagain harnesses the traditional tandoor to create fresh and flavorful dishes. A community favorite.

6. Cervejaria Ramiro, Lisbon

Cervejaria Ramiro Plate

Maybe the best seafood in the city. Tanks with fresh lobsters 🦞 give the restaurant an old-school vibe. It is popular with tourists (Anthony Bourdain was a fan) and locals. Reservations are a good idea.

7. Ruvida, Lisbon

Ruvida plate of spinach pasta filled with ricotta, spinaches and smoked pork belly

Northern Italian regional cuisine that offers a different flare than typical traditional Italian restaurants. Highlight: tortellini e brodo. Great to visit after the Palace of Necessidades.

8. Bairro do Avillez, Lisbon

Bairro do Avillez Food

Large multipurpose food space by chef, Jose Avillez. Comprises a bar, tavern, seafood patio, contemporary restaurant, and a pizzeria. Bairro do Avillez has something for all.

9. Tapisco, Lisbon

Tapisco Food

Distinguished tapas restaurant founded on the simple premise of uniting around the dinner table. Headed by Michelin-starred chef Henrique Sá Pessoa. The venue has just 32 seats, including a 10-seat kitchen bar.

10. Sala de Corte, Lisbon

Sala De Corte - Portions of meat

One for the carnivores. Eight different cuts of aged meat, light bites, wine, and cocktails in an airy dining room. Here, customers visit for the specialty, dry-aged produce and warm ambience. A commended experience.