Time Out says
Portuguese chef Kiko Martins traveled the world, explored the gastronomy from various continents and brought them to Lisbon with his own interpretation and style. He first gave the city O Talho, then A Cevicheria and, before he set up other projects, he entered a stardom phase that has not yet passed. Partly because this small-great Peruvian restaurant of his is one of the best tables in Lisbon. It honors the national dish of Peru with salmon, tuna and cod, but also has causas and quinotos in recipes that vary throughout time.
Perfect for: going with someone with whom you have a lot to talk about, because you will wait in line for a while.
Must try: the pure ceviche, with seasonal white fish, mashed sweet potatos, onions, seaweed and tiger's milk.
Rua Dom Pedro V, 129
|Price:||Up to €30|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 12.30pm-midnight|