At the end of 2016, Diogo Noronha left the Casa de Pasto and passed the testimony to Hugo Dias de Castro, a vimaranense still unknown to the locals, who was inspired by a one pot cuisine and wanted to follow what was already the traditional but creative side of the restaurant. The cockle patties, the cooked meats in the Josper and some of the main dishes were kept, and were born other specialties with good combinations of flavors. All in all, Casa de Pasto continues to be one of the great ones in the city.
Perfect for: going to one of the most gorgeous dining rooms in Lisbon. No exaggeration.
Must try: the mussel grilled in the coal with pickled vegetables.