After showing Lisboners what good homemade sausage is, the proprietors of Kaffeehaus decided to devote it a whole restaurant. Lisbon's first Austrian sausage factory is in Cais do Sodré and its raw material is artisanal; it comes from a butcher shop in Vienna that dates from the 1950s and is currently owned by the father of one of the proprietors. The menu offers 11 different sausages, some of them classic and others a bit different. On top of the list comes the käsekrainer, a best-seller in Austrian kiosks, lightly smoked and filled with Emmental cheese.
Time Out tips:
– Side dishes include pickles, wedges and radish roots.
– Try the lammbratwurst, filled with lamb and beef.
– Hansi is short for Hans, one of Austria's most popular given names.
Rua da Moeda, 1 A
|Opening hours:||Tue-Thu 12.30pm-4pm & 7pm-11pm; Fri-Sat 12.30pm-4pm & 7pm-midnight; Sun 12.30pm-5pm; Mon 12.30pm-4pm|
|Transport:||Metro Cais do Sodré|
|Price:||Up to €20|