A Vida Portuguesa
Everyone knows this story: Catarina Portas has done the miracle of resurrecting dead national brands a long time ago. The shops are the dream of any tourist who is not content with a fridge magnet as a souvenir, but also a must-have place for those who miss the soaps Confiança and canned Minerva. In…
Great shop for all that’s Portuguese and beautiful! Great souvenirs and presents can be found here!
Was named as the most beautiful Lisbon's store. You can find all types of Portuguese product here from food until clothes. All made in Portugal.
“A very original space, with a very cool vibe. The music is great, the food is interesting and the bar is just awesome. The best feature of Casa Independente is the inner garden. ”
素食 / 全素餐廳
“If you’re into a cozy place and veggie food, immersed in Lisbon’s way of life, the. That’s a great spot. ”
“Beautiful spot for sundowner drinks and finger food. The entrance is hidden. Go through the sliding glass doors of the (pretty run down) Martim Moniz mall, and look for the elevator up to TOPO Martim Moniz. ”
“CUISINE: Japanese • This is my favourite local Japanese restaurant. Although they also serve sushi, my favourite dishes are the more traditional Japanese meals. Yuko Yamamoto, a Japanese based in Portugal for more than a decade, goes far beyond sushi and extends to traditional Japanese dishes made with the seasonal products. Famous are the takoyaki (fried octopus balls), the salmon zukedon (salmon marinated over sushi rice) or the ika somen (squid sashimi). Try it out! :)”
“ French chef David Eyguesier honed his skills at Pois Café, then his own underground restaurant at home before opening this sorely needed Alfama gem whose name loosely translates as 'The Truants' (he 'skipped' culinary school!). His daily-changing, market-fresh set menus delight under a spiderweb of modern lighting, beautiful geometric cabinetry and an open kitchen. No microwave. No freezer!”