Estoril Mandarim, established quite a few years ago, introduced Portugal to Chinese fine dining. The menu includes more than 100 entries, among which we recommend the shark-fin soup and the Peking roast duck (served in two stages – first the skin, then the meat). For lunch, they offer Greater Lisbon's finest dim sums, prepared by master Cham Kam Leong. Try the siu-mai, with crab eggs on top, or the há-kau, with prawns and white mushrooms.
Time Out tips:
– In good old-fashioned Chinese style, several private rooms are available.
– The “nata” custard pie might be better than many of its Portuguese siblings.
– Even the bird's nest soup is outstanding.
|Venue name:||Estoril Mandarim||Contact:|
Avenida Dr. Stanley Ho
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun noon-3pm & 7-11pm|
|Price:||Up to €50|