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Lisbon restaurants

There's been an explosion in Lisbon's dining scene in recent years. Portuguese chefs—such as Henrique Sá Pessoa of Alma—have been making innovative moves with traditional fare. Destination restaurants, like the Michelin-starred Eleven, are no longer thin on the ground, so even if a restaurant has a big-name chef at the helm, you'll find competitive prices for top-notch eats. Note that the Portuguese tend to eat late in the evening, so to experience dinner like a local, don't book your table before 8:30 pm.

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Alma, Lisbon

Young Lisbon chef Henrique Sá Pessoa's all-white restaurant with leather banquettes and a fluffy fabric ceiling lamp is of a piece with his modern...more

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Antiga Confeitaria de Belém, Lisbon

If you're visiting Belém's Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, it is compulsory to stop at this picturesque café tiled with 17th-century scenes for its...more

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Bica do Sapato, Lisbon

Yes, it's true. John Malkovich, the actor, is one of the owners of this expensive, megatrendy dockside sushi bar, restaurant, and bistro. Now we've got that out...more

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Bistro 100 Maneiras, Lisbon

In October 2010, Bosnian-born chef Ljubomir Stanisic opened Bistro 100 Maneiras, which offers a more playful dining experience than the nearby 100 Maneiras...more

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Eleven, Lisbon

Eleven gets its name from the 11 friends who, determined to install a world-class restaurant in their beloved city, enticed Joachim Koerper, famed,...more

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Kais, Lisbon

Another dockside converted industrial space, Kais's dramatic interior was designed by Maria Jose Salavisa. He kept the 19th-century tram warehouse's high...more

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Largo, Lisbon

Two of Portugal's heavyweights, designer Miguel Câncio Martins and acclaimed chef Miguel de Castro e Silva, joined forces to open Largo in 2009. The...more

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Manifesto, Lisbon

Fun features highly at Manifesto in the Santos district, where fêted chef Luis Baena brings back culinary classics from his worldwide travels and presents...more

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Pap'Açorda, Lisbon

Yet another co-owner of Bico do Sapato (there are four) is Fernando Fernandes. A restaurateur with his finger firmly on Lisbon's pulse, he also owns this place,...more

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Restaurante 1° de Maio, Lisbon

For authentic, delicious, inexpensive fun in the Bairro Alto, come to the locals' favorite. Simple grilled fish with garlic and lemon or rabbit with clams are...more

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