Clarion Suites Lisbon
Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 44-50
Phone: (351) 21 0046600
Fax: (351) 21 3863000
"Delifrance" offers French specialties, more precisely delicious baguettes filled with tuna, chicken or various cheeses. The baguettes can be included in a set menu accompanied by soup, drink, or coffee, at a very inexpensive price. This fast-food restaurant is part of the Feira Nova de Sintra Shopping Mall.
Restaurante 33 is located near Av. da Liberdade, and offers a wide range of Portuguese cuisine with a quality and flavour that is unquestionable. It is also worth noting is that Av. da Liberdade has countless shops, were you will find well known high street brands. The chic decor is perfect for business lunches and romantic dinners.
The typical British designation does in fact totally correspond to what one can find at Chester. This British restaurant, situated on the way to Lisbon’s downtown area, has a traditional menu, mostly focused on steaks. Nearby is Parque Eduardo VII, one of the great scenic areas of Lisbon. From here, visitors have an astounding view over the entire downtown area, all the way to the Tagus River.
It is not easy to find a place where you can enjoy a meal calmly with a friend, or with a group of friends or colleagues. Como em Casa, which literally means "eating at home," is the perfect place to be if you want to appreciate a fine, home-cooked meal in friendly, relaxed surroundings. The food is mostly Portuguese inspired, with some continental touches.
Caruso presents the best features of a fine Italian restaurant, a traditional and proverbial decoration with red-checkered tablecloths, a superior selection of wines, and the best-loved items of Italian cuisine: pizzas and pasta. It has three wide rooms with non-smoking and smoking areas. With its wide and open dining rooms, Caruso hosts the perfect place for group or large family dinners. The Calzone Pizza or the Spaghetti Bolognese are among the best choices presented on the menu. - Mario Borges
Incorporating traditional flavors into chic dishes is not always easy to do. The menu at Pedro e o Lobo executes in a gifted way that magical combination perfectly. Opened in 2010, it is nestled in an old art gallery where its nuances have been retained, giving it a chic look. The fare is seasonal depending upon the produces though packed with flavor. Unwind at the bar over some cocktails or fine drinks. Expect superb dishes and great service here.
The Great American Disaster is a truly unique restaurant in Lisbon. The decoration, allusive to some of the most representative symbols of the 50s, from rock and roll to a Cadillac, it is all there. With a superb view over the Marquês de Pombal square, one of the iconic places to visit in Lisbon, the Great American has a varied menu, composed mostly of American traditional snacks and dishes. Hamburgers, beefs, milkshakes and salads, and an assorted dessert selection are just some of the choices available.
The best flavours that Argentinian cuisine has to offer await you at the Las Brasitas restaurant. Located right in the centre of the city, near Amoreiras and the Eduardo VII Park, it offers you the best South American cuisine. The service is friendly and efficient.
It's a different experience, to say the least, to go to the Varanda da União. Located on the seventh floor of a building right in the center of Lisbon, it offers an ideal view over the city for an unforgettable meal. For a perfect meal, the Salada de Gambas com Frutas (Shrimp Salad with Fruit) would be the perfect appetizer. Pescada Cozida com Todos (Boiled Hake with Vegetables) and Peito de Pato com Pimenta Verde (Duck Breast with Green Pepper) are two fine options for main courses.
With the original restaurant in Oporto in the northern part of Portugal, D’Oliva is the second incarnation of this successful restaurant. The menu has something for everyone, with Italian cuisine and some Portuguese dishes being the key attractions. A spacious room, ideal for families or groups, and classical décor make up the dining area. Quality is the main feature of this restaurant, as the risottos, freshly made pastas, salads, and Portuguese specialties like bacalhau (codfish) will demonstrate.
Cuisine is always an enriching experience and can provide a sense of exhilaration. At Tsuki, located near the Bairro Alto district, those elevating aspects of cuisine get some new significance. The menu strongly features Japanese cuisine, with tempura and teppanyaki assuming the main role. Nevertheless, the influence of South American and African gastronomy is also present. Fusion sushi would be a fine description of the very interesting a la carte options at Tsuki. The atmosphere and decor, with a particular Asian influence, sets a cool ambiance for an unforgettable meal.
Curled up in the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz, Varanda Restaurant spells class and elegance to the hilt. Located near the ocean, much of the fish comes straight from the sea and into the kitchen (the Traditional Portuguese Seafood Rice Casserole and Roasted Sea Bass in a Crust of Fresh Tomato being the local favorites). After your morning walk, treat yourself to the most sumptuous breakfast buffets. Kids love the wide varieties of sorbets and ice creams. In a nutshell, Varanda Restaurant has on offers authentic dishes, laced with Portuguese flavor.