There are many things in life that are best when shared. The moments around the table, where food and experiences are common, is unquestionably one of them.
The Michelin Guide 2019’s ceremony, for the first time held in Portugal was highlighted by the distinction of three new restaurants with a Michelin star
There are places that everyone should visit. There are people that everyone should know. That is what we felt when we visited Optimista and met Rita Andringa and Filipe Rocha.
Cut the obvious. That’s how IZANAGI presents itself, at Docas de Alcântara, in Lisbon
“We support sharing”. We only need this motto to understand SOMOS Restaurant & Lounge’s essence
It was there that, in the beginning of October, Motley opened its doors to be a new alternative with great food and sustainability in its heart
Tiago Bonito is the executive chef of Largo do Paço, the Michelin Star awarded restaurant, in 2004, which honourably occupies the charm hotel Casa da Calçada, in Amarante.
We are in Alvalade’s area, in one of the most frantic Lisbon streets, but immediately we are transported to the deepest East.
This new restaurant in Lisbon celebrates Lusophony. Ruben Obadia, Miguel Júdice and Lucyna Szymanska are friends and together they shaped a place which is located in the intersection of three known Lisbon neighbourhoods
Italy’s new address is Rua do Alecrim, in Lisbon. At MANO A MANO, by the hands of the executive chef Laura Schneider, the promise is a journey through the authentic Italian traditional flavours
“Genuine”, “urban”, “daring” and “natural”. That is how the brand new ERVA, in Lisbon, defines itself. Neighbouring doors with Corinthia Hotel, here authentic food can be found
Refining. Épurer. ‘Epur’. It is precisely in this beliefto purify, to privilege the essential, to overlook the artifice, that the kitchen of the French chef Vincent Farges is based.