Written by Yasmin

The blog series about wonderful Lisbon continues! Read the other blog posts of how we activated Zen-mode on a rooftop bar and where in the city we found some good vibes. Next up was discovering the best places to eat in Portugal's magical capital. Here are three of our favourite restaurants!


SeaMe, Chiado - Trendy fish and seafood restaurant in Barrio Alto
By accident (or perhaps because of the good energies we had collected), we stumbled across SeaMe when we strolled around in the city. Although the sign on the door said "Closed", we gently knocked on the door and were let in by a smiling waitress. With the energies on our side, we were offered the last free table for the evening. It turned out to be a good decision.We arrive at 10 PM, typical Portuguese dinner hour. The trendy and popular restaurant which specializes in fish and seafood is a great place to begin a night out. Typically, a visit begins with a tour of the restaurant’s fresh fish market from where you choose your dinner ingredients. We handed the decision to our waiter, and were later treated with a plate of lobster, crayfish and scallops with side orders, lemon and sauces.

Practical information SeaMe
Address: Rua do Loreto, 21, 1200-149 Lisboa
Telephone: 21 346 15 64 - Fax: 21 346 15 66
Email: geral@peixariamoderna.com
Website: peixariamoderna.com
Time Out Mercado Lisbon - Perfect stop for a wine lunch
The best market hall I’ve ever visited! Our initial thought when stepping into Time Out Mercado Da Riberia was ‘how are we going to be able to decide what to eat?’. The market hall is filled with small restaurant, so we had to take a long and thorough inspection around the hall. Our mouths watered at the sight of the delicious (and incredibly affordable) dishes. After many ifs and buts, we ordered food from Alexandre Silva. I went for seared tuna with sweet potatoes and Linnéa ate a fresh salmon dish with coriander – along with a large glass of refreshing wine of course.The market hall gets a big plus for plenty of seating opportunities, good logistics with devices that inform you when your food is ready and last but not least; the incredibly high quality of the food.

Time Out Mercado Da Riberia Lisbon
Website: http://www.timeoutmarket.com/en/
Address: Mercado da Ribeira, Avenida 24 de Julho, 1200-479 Portugal
Telephone: +351 213 951 274
Email: infolisboa@timeoutmarket.com
As Zebras Do Combro - A priceworthy “Hole in the wall”-restaurant with delicious food
We had ‘Eat at a Hole in the wall-restaurant’ on our Lisbon bucket list, and we couldn’t have found a better one. As Zebras Do Combro was MINDBLOWING! When we got our 21 euro-bill, we looked confused at each other and went; "There has to be something wrong with the bill, it can't be this cheap”. We shared a pot of amazing octopus and rice with coriander, a small bottle of Vinho Verde, smoked olives and bread.The staff was unbelievably nice and service minded and the food was both delicious and priceworthy, this gem was just to die for when you want a steady meal that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.

As Zebras Do Combro
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Zebras-do-Combro-restaurante
Adress: 53, Calçada do Combro 51, 1200-433 Lisboa, Portugal
Telephone: +351 21 346 2110
Stay tuned for more of our Lisbon advantures!

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