Time Out says
Arrived in Marvila around the same time that Lisbon began to open their eyes to this part of the city and settled in a giant warehouse, well recovered by a Sino-Portuguese couple (him being a designer, with an eye for decorating). But if you go looking for chop suey and the like, turn around, because here fine Chinese dining is made, top quality products are used (such as silk tofu) and specialties such as chicken legs, rice dough cakes or chicken kung pao with peanuts are to be tried.
Perfect for: showing your followers that you know the secrets of Marvila.
Must try: the sautéed pork belly with Sichuan pepper.
Rua do Açúcar, 107
|Transport:||BUS 718, 728|
|Price:||Up to €30|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun noon-3pm & 7pm-11pm|