What to Eat
Lisbon, Portugal


Largo Restaurant

Tucked into the cloisters of a former convent, visitors to Largo will be immediately won over by this restaurant’s interior. Successfully blending old with new, Largo offers visitors a rich, welcoming atmosphere which is modern without sacrificing charm. Chef Miguel Castro e Silva works magic in the kitchen – creating a symphony of traditional Portuguese dishes with international flavors and flair.



Bica Do Sapato

Actor John Malkovich is part-owner of Bica Do Sapato – a lively restaurant which serves terrific live music and delicious views of the River Tagus. Diners at Bica Do Sapato can anticipate a charming, refined 70s atmosphere with well-prepared international cuisine. Sushi lovers, in particular, will enjoy Bica Do Sapato, as it serves some of the freshest and tastiest sushi in Lisbon. Traditional Portuguese dishes are offered a fresh take at Bica Do Sapato, making this gourmet restaurant a popular choice with locals.



The Food Temple

The Food Temple is a small, hard-to-find vegetarian/vegan restaurant in the gorgeous medieval Mouraria neighborhood. It serves delicious, good-value tapas-style meals and the (creative) menu changes frequently. The plates are around €4 and there are also delicious desserts. More than the food here though, the atmosphere of the place is wonderful. You can sit at a table or on outdoor steps where people mill around and order food and eat alfresco.