On the top floor of a half- abandoned building in the LX Factory complex, with a superb view over the river and city, a trashy-chic decor and a bar with excellent cocktails, DJs and live music, Rio Maravilha is the city’s latest in spot. The cuisine of creative chef Diogo Noronha pays homage to Portugal’s links with Brazil, with dishes that combine flavours from the two countries. Top tastes here include ovo BT, with cream cheese, Iberian pancetta, quince jelly and parmesan farofa (toasted manioc flour) or presa ibérica na brasa (grilled pork shoulder steak), served with an onion-and-pear pastry.
|Venue name:||Rio Maravilha||Contact:|
Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103
|Opening hours:||6pm-2am Tue, noon-2am Wed-Sat, noon-6pm Sun|