Time Out says
Three Portuguese students said one day in Marbella, where they studied Hotel Management: “We will open a Gorki in Lisbon one day”. And so it happened, 10 years later. Gorki was sort of a canteen for them back in Spain: they went there nearly every day, the waiter knew them, and dating and engagement proposals took place there. Now these friends don’t have to cross a border in order to have their favourite tapas: Gorki Lisbon offers a mix between the original Spanish menu and a few Portuguese-inspired dishes. The philosophy behind the restaurant, however, remains the same: Gorki’s food is to share. There is a small grocery store for customers to be able to take some of the ingredients home.
Praça das Flores, 44
|Opening hours:||Tue-Thu 12.30pm-midnight, Fri-Sat 12.30pm-2am, Sun 12.30-3pm|