This Cais da Pedra icon remains, as years go by, one of Lisbon's greatest restaurants for eating well, in a cosmopolitan environment with an impeccable service. The kitchen has had several cooks, but since 2013 it is led by chef Manuel Bóia, with help from pastry chef António Marques (if you've had their brunch, you'll know how high the quality is). What to eat? The “peixinhos da horta” (vegetable tempura), the stingray with beurre noisette or the braised duck magret.
Time Out tips:
– The sushi bar – only open at dinnertime – is getting even better.
– In the summer, the outdoor tables get their own snack menu.
– And in the winter, the fireplace will make you enjoy waiting for a table.
|Venue name:||Bica do Sapato||Contact:|
Avenida Infante D.Henrique, Armazém B
Cais da Pedra, Santa Apolónia
|Opening hours:||Mon 5pm-1am; Tue-Sat noon-1am; Sun 12.30pm-4pm (Brunch)|
|Transport:||Metro Santa Apolónia|
|Price:||Up to €50|
Average User Rating
5 / 5
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Well... where do I start with this place. In fact no! Its more than a mere establishment offering refuge and delicacies. It is an idea. It cannot be simplified to our feeble minds. Maybe in the future people will be able to comprehend the magnitude of this restaurant and the beauty it attempts. Also the chips are dece