It is one of the most solid Michelin stars in the greater Lisbon area, with a cuisine that has evolved over time – curiously in a direction that is closer to its geographical location directly above the sea. It has German and French roots, with international chefs succeeded by a local; since 2018 the restaurant has been overseen by chef Gil Fernandes, who specialises in seafood and fresh fish, and there are always new items on the menu. In 2020 it opened a new outdoor area offering lighter meals. Two good ways to get to know this chef’s dishes.
Restaurants with signature dishes, some world cuisine and fish, lots and lots of fish. Regardless of what you're in the mood for, one of these tables will surely have you sorted. It wasn't an easy task to narrow down a list of our top 15 restaurants. Cascais has a great number of dining spots, but we promise you will not be disappointed by any of these. That’s a Time Out guarantee. In no particular order, here are the best restaurants in Cascais well worth every cent.
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