No pretension, no fear and, most aptly when talking about Ljubomir Stanisic, no limits. Unlike the mother ship 100 Maneiras and its more serious demeanour, the Bistro is a stage where the chef challenges the barriers of all the places that inspire him – the Balkans, France and, of course, Portugal. He comes up with dishes such as a spare rib tartar, mushroom risotto with wild mushrooms, and an excellent Balkanic cheese and bio chard burek. It is also one of the finest places in the city to be seen (it is always full of cool people).
Time Out tips:
– Barman Jorge Camilo is an artist; don't neglect his menu.
– There is a private, Hendrick's sponsored, private room, where menus cost €180.
– It's not a bistrot, it's a bistro – Serbian for “clean”.
|Venue name:||Bistro 100 Maneiras||Contact:|
Largo da Trindade, 9
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 7.30pm-1am|
|Transport:||Metro Baixa-Chiado. Bus 28E, 758|
|Price:||Up to €40|