With well over a decade of quality already in the books, 100 Maneiras is a rollercoaster ride through Portuguese flavours and irreverent innovation. That’s the Ljubomir Stanišić way, and the Sarajevo-born chef has been delighting Lisbon’s diners since arriving in Portugal in 1997. 100 Maneiras is quality over quantity both in terms of space and options, but the opening of a second spot has spread the love somewhat. The unique tasting menu demands attention.
Did you pack that appetite? Good, because we’ve got a whole lifetime of restaurants to get through here. Lisbon is a foodie paradise, one of the world’s great gastronomic centres and a city with culinary love flowing freely from every nook and cranny. Every neighbourhood here has its favourites, and we’ve done the hard yards and compiled a collection of the best restaurants in Lisbon right now. 123 of things, no less, meaning we should probably wrap this up and let you get on with it. There are no bad choices, this is Lisbon, so maybe just start at the top and enjoy them as they come. After all, eating is one of the best things to do here (along with drinking, sightseeing, relaxing and, you know, existing).