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Noobai
Tucked away behind the Miradouro de Santa Catarina, Noobai offers some of the best views you'll find over the Tagus. The diverse menu includes tasty brunches, tapas and main dishes including prawn curry, steaks and grilled tuna.

Address: Miradouro da Santa Catarina | Telephone: 213 465 014 |

Beira Gare
Bustling and very good value café-restaurant opposite Rossio station where you can enjoy dishes such as grilled octopus, salted cod rissoles and grilled meats at little tables or perched at the counter.

Address: 5 Rua 1 de Dezembro | Telephone: 021 342 0405 |

Mercado da Ribeira
Lisbon's main covered market is now a bustling hall filled with stalls serving samples of some of the best drinks and food you'll find in the city. Choose from seafood, organic salads, grilled chickens, gourmet burgers and much more, which you can enjoy at communal benches.

Address: Avenida 24 de Julho | Telephone: 213 244 980 |

Mezze
In the revamped Arroios market, Mezze is Lisbon's first Syrian restaurant, where refugees are encouraged to learn new skills. The result is an alluring array of Middle Eastern dishes such as tabbouleh, Syrian flatbreads and some tasty desserts.

Address: Mercado de Arroios, 12 Rua Angela Pinto | Telephone: |

Jardim das Cerejas
In predominantly fish- and meat-eating Lisbon, it's refreshing to find this very popular vegan restaurant in the smart Chiado district. There's a very good value buffet lunch featuring salads plus a hot dishes of the day, as well fresh juices, ice creams and cakes.

Address: 36 Calçada do Sacramento | Telephone: 213 469 308 |

Pastelaria Versailles
This gem of a café dates back to 1922 and its décor has changed little since. Not so the amazing array of extremely fresh cakes and pastries that fill the counter cabinets. It's also a good place for an inexpensive meal. There are daily specials, served by a fleet of waiters in bow ties.

Address: 15A Avenida da República | Telephone: 213 546 340 |

Cafetaria Village
All aboard a double decker bus, serving as a café and now as a weekend evening restaurant, at the heart of Village Underground, a space for artists and creative types made up of stacked shipping containers. You can eat for under €10 here, with the dish of the day, salads or wraps.

Address: Village Underground, Esta | Telephone: |

A Valenciana
It's worth the trip away from the centre to sample some of the best grilled chicken you'll find in the city, in a place that is always bustling with locals. Choose your chicken with or without the fiery piri piri sauce.

Address: 157 Rua Marquês de Fronteira | Telephone: 213 884 926 |

Moma
One of the best of the many restaurants on this bustling street in the Baixa, with the daily menu chalked up on a board outside. As well as grilled meat and fish, there are good salads and pasta dishes, including a fine spaghetti with prawns and piri-piri.

Address: 22-26 Rua dos Correeiros | Telephone: 911 762 349 |

Os Tibetanos
This is one of Lisbon's first ever vegetarian restaurants, and it's still going strong. As the name implies, the food here is largely Tibetan: fantastic rice dishes and steamed momos in a lovely old building off the main Avenida da Liberdade.

Address: 117 Rua do Salitre | Telephone: 213 142 038 |

Terra
You don't have to be vegetarian to appreciate the array of non-meat versions of classic Portuguese dishes served at an attractive restaurant with its own patio garden. Along with caldeirada, feijoada and cozido (hearty stews) there's also veg curry, tempura and kebabs.

Address: 15 Rua da Palmeira | Telephone: 213 421 407 |

Affordable Restaurants

RIB Beef & Wine
Right on Lisbon's main square, inside the historic former Ministry of Internal Affairs with an imposing vaulted brick ceiling, this is the place to go if you like your meat. Steaks are the speciality, including the Tomahawk ribeye steak which has been matured for 28 days. There are also burgers and one or two vegetarian options.

Address: Praca do Comercio, 31-34 | Telephone: 968578962 |

Cervejaria Ramiro
Founded in 1956, Ramiro is famed for its steak sandwiches and quality seafood, some of which awaits its fate in bubbling tanks as you go in. The unforgettable giant prawns are halved, grilled and served with garlic.

Address: 1 Avenida Almirante Reis | Telephone: 218 851 024 |

D'Bacalhau
The traditional Christmas meal in Portugal is bacalhau (salted cod) and D'Bacalhau serves a fair proportion of the alleged 365 bacalhau recipes available in a bright, modern space near the riverfront.

Address: 32 Via La Lumia | Telephone: 091 586 460 |

Cervejaria Farol
Getting to this bustling seafood restaurant is half the fun, on the short ferry ride across the Tagus to the port suburb of Cacilhas. There's an array of mid-priced fish and seafood with the bonus of superb views back across the river towards Lisbon.

Address: 1 Largo Alfredo Dinis Alex, Cacilhas | Telephone: 212 765 248 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Sushi Chiado
Head to the first floor of a stunning, recently renovated palace and you'll find this upmarket sushi restaurant which offers an innovative Portuguese take on Japanese flavours, such as mackerel tempura and sea bream chips.

Address: Palácio Chiado, 70 Rua do Alecrim | Telephone: 212 442 270 |

Loco
A former winner of a TV cookery competition, chef Alexandre Silva has won even more prestige by gaining a Michelin Star for his restaurant in the leafy Estrela district. The tasting menu features 14 or 18 different dishes, each using organic and locally sourced ingredients. Menus change frequently, but expect the likes of oysters, mussels and duck with mackerel, paired with fine Portuguese wines.

Address: 53b Rua dos Navegantes | Telephone: 213 951 861 |

Alma
This is the latest Lisbon restaurant to garner a Michelin Star, thanks to the influence of much-travelled chef Henrique Sá Pessoa. There are various tasting menus and fine wines: expect the likes of monkfish green curry with courgette flowers, roast sucking pig with pak choi and, for dessert, a delectable chocolate bomb.

Address: 15 Rua Anchieta | Telephone: 213 470 650 |

Cantina Peruana
  Leading South American chef Diego Muñoz is a guest at Bairro do Avillez this year to showcase the best of contemporary Peruvian cuisine, such as prawn ceviche and fish in spicy sauce, though there are also plenty of Portuguese flavours in the other outlets at the Bairro.

Address: Bairro do Avillez, 18 Rua Nova da Trinade | Telephone: 215 830 290 |

Cantinho do Avillez
Run by Michelin-Star chef José Avillez, you can expect top-notch, creative Portuguese cuisine at this attractive restaurant right on the route of the famous tram number 28. Expect the likes of scallops with sweet potatoes and asparagus, or Alentejana pork with black beans. There are also good options for vegetarians.

Address: 7 Rua dos Duques de Bragança | Telephone: 211 992 369 |

Pap'Açorda
Long known as one of the hippest haunts of the Bairro Alto, this has now relocated to the upstairs of the flourishing Mercado da Ribeira, AKA the Time Out Market. Modern and spacious, it still specialises in açorda, a garlicky bread sauce, which you can have with prawns, fish or even lobster. The desserts are also legendary.

Address: 49, Avenida 24 de Julho, 1 andar | Telephone: 21 346 4811 |

Tágide
One of Lisbon's most traditional restaurants, with a view over town that is second to none. Start with something like the gazpacho, fig and sardine schnitzel, then have the awesome house bacalhau (salted cod, with egg, chickpeas and ham) and finish with the chocolate crumble with raspberries.

Address: 18-20 Largo de Academia Nacional de Belas Artes | Telephone: 213 404 010 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

Belcanto
This traditional restaurant in the heart of the smart Chiado district boasts two Michelin Stars, with sublime creations from the chef José Avillez. He uses seasonal and local produce, featuring the likes of sea bass with seaweed, roast suckling pig with orange and salad, or smoked beef with rosemary.

Address: 10 Largo de Sao Carlos | Telephone: 213 420 607 |

Belcanto
Chef José Avillez has cemented this historic Chiado restaurant's reputation as one of the best in Portugal. The atmosphere may be traditional but the cuisine is modern and inventive, with the likes of sea bass with seaweed and oxtail with foie gras earning it Michelin Stars.

Address: 10 Largo de Sao Carlos | Telephone: 213 420 607 |

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