To lead a restaurant where the menu changes daily you need creativity. André Magalhães and his team have it and they also know a lot about forgotten or hard-to-get Portuguese products. Thus a part of the menu usually confuses the patrons – fear not, the staff is on hand to tell you what is what. By day this is an old-fashioned Lisbon tavern with traditional recipes; by night, it is a chef's laboratory, mixing influences from all over the world.
Time Out tips:
– It's always crowded and no reservations are accepted, so go early.
– Beyond dining, there is also a micromarket with quality wares.
– Taste their lunch specialities: garnished “iscas” and “meia desfeita” cod.
|Venue name:||A Taberna da Rua das Flores||Contact:|
Rua das Flores, 103
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-11.30pm; Sat 6pm-11.30pm|
|Transport:||Metro Baixa-Chiado. Tram 28|
|Price:||Up to €20|