Before our Lisbon memories fade, we wanted to document some of the best restaurants, cafés and bars we visited. Over our three weeks we had great luck finding tasty food, with only one or two of the “meh” experiences that can happen anywhere. In no particular order, these are some places we’d recommend to others.
Today we had a quick (by Portuguese standards) lunch at a little neighbourhood restaurant 10 minutes from our house.
Restaurante Santo André is perched on a triangular intersection on a steep hill, and much of its square footage consists of a roofless patio. Tram 12 passes by on one side, and the hill is so steep that looking through the patio window we could see the roof of each tram rising into view before the rest of the vehicle became visible.