Find out where to eat well in Lisbon: we selected 5 nice restaurants, with good dishes and fair prices

If there is something that delights Brazilians who travel to Lisbon, in addition to the charm and beauty so evident in the city, is the gastronomy. The Lusitanian capital offers the most varied types of restaurants capable of pleasing even the most demanding palates.

Fresh fish, seafood, pizzas, risottos, delicious desserts and many other dishes are offered in abundance and at prices that, compared to other European cities, are quite fair. Therefore, we separate here 5 restaurants in Lisbon which, in addition to offering a lot of flavor, are also quite pleasant.

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fish dock

Santo Amaro Dock – Warehouse 14, Lisbon

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To eat well in Lisbon, you will have to taste a dish of cod, right? A tip for fresh, tender and juicy fish is the restaurant fish dock. Specializing in seafood, the restaurant is located in the heart of Doca de Santo Amaro, a very pleasant environment for both a sunny lunch and a charming dinner.

With a glassed-in balcony with panoramic views of the boats, the Tagus River and the 25 de Abril Bridge, a tasty option is the grilled cod (16.5 €). In addition, it is worth combining with an apple crumble accompanied by ice cream (6 €).

Capricciosa Artisanal Pizzas

Alameda da Duquesa de Palmela, Praia da Duquesa – Cascais

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The net Capricciosa Artisanal Pizzas It has two units in Lisbon – at Doca de Santo Amaro and at Parque das Nações. However, it is also worth going to Cascais, which is less than half an hour from the Portuguese capital, to enjoy a breathtaking view of the beautiful Praia da Duquesa.

With an incredible balcony, the atmosphere of Capricciosa Cascais is inviting to taste excellent pasta and pizza. That's because the portions are generous and the prices are fair. The tasty Penne Capricciosa (shrimps, mushrooms, parmesan, cherry tomato and oregano) costs €11.30. As for dessert, the red fruit cheesecake (€4.00) delights the eyes and palates.

Santo dock

Santo Amaro Dock, CP Warehouse – Lisbon 

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With a contemporary and clean look, with a modern decoration, the Santo dock it was the first restaurant to open at Doca de Santo Amaro, in 1996. In addition, the space features an outdoor lounge lined with gardens and a peaceful atmosphere next to the Tagus River. The restaurant is perfect for happy hour or a relaxed dinner, as well as for those who want to eat well in Lisbon.

The Doca de Santo restaurant offers a good menu of cocktails and aperitifs. However, the various well-prepared dishes also stand out, such as the tasty and extremely soft roasted octopus with crumbled potatoes and aromatic oil (18€).

Otto – Pizza Al Mercato

Building 8 Building – Praça Dom Luís I, 34, shop 9 1200-148 – Lisbon

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Located in the heart of Cais do Sodré, one of Lisbon's hippest neighborhoods, the Otto – Pizza Al Mercato is among the restaurants that present a bright and modern space, perfect for that more relaxed dinner with family and friends.

The restaurant, a great option for those who want to eat well in Lisbon, offers delicious Italian dishes with light Portuguese touches – such as artisanal pizzas and risottos. In addition, there are also several tasty starters that can be shared. The Donatello pizza (mozzarella, tomato sauce, mushrooms, bacon, garlic and oregano) is served in a generous individual portion and costs €11.50.

DOC COD

Santo Amaro Dock, Warehouse 16 – Lisbon

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Finally, also located at Doca de Santo Amaro, with a privileged view of the Tagus, the DOC COD It is among the restaurants recommended for meat and fish lovers. That's because the house offers two tasty dishes that are its flagships: the traditional cod fillet (€39.00 a kilo) and the aged veal cutlet (€49.00 a kilo), both grilled over coals.

In addition, there are also more affordable dishes, such as the tasty cod with cream grilled in the oven (€11.50). The restaurant offers two environments, one outside, close to the Tagus River, and another inside, more cozy. It is a great option for those who want to eat well in Lisbon, for family or group dinners, given the pleasant atmosphere, wide variety of dishes and cozy atmosphere.

* This trip was made at the invitation of the Discover Portugal Project together with the Lexus Portugal who gave up a hybrid car during the script

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