Don't let the name fool you: though it's bankrolled by an Italian coffee company and decorated in a modern style, this is a showcase for the rural cuisine of Justina Nobre, who learned her tricks growing up in rural Trás-os-Montes. Try one of her specialities such as shellfish soup, baked robalo (sea bass) or stewed partridge: none of it comes cheap but you won't find better in Lisbon. The range of desserts runs from ultra-light egg farófias to a filling chestnut-and-hazelnut tart. On Sundays, locals make a special trip for the cozido à portuguesa. During the afternoon, the space remains open as Buondi's flagship café.
|Venue name:||O Nobre/Spazio Buondi||Contact:|
Av Sacadura Cabral, 53B
|Opening hours:||Noon-3pm, 7.30-11pm Tue-Fri, Sun; 7.30-11pm Sat|
|Transport:||Metro Campo Pequeno|
|Price:||Main courses €15-€35|