It was one of Príncipe Real’s most publicised new openings in 2017. But this is not Lisbon’s nudist restaurant. Here, the word naked refers to the food, which is served in the most unprocessed way possible. The brunch follows the same logic, with a comprehensive menu available every day of the week. It includes yogurt with homemade granola and fruit, gluten-free toast, homemade jam, peanut butter, egg-white omelet with carrots, coffee or tea – all from Companhia Portugueza do Chá, another shop you should visit on Poço dos Negros street – and you can also choose between orange juice or the daily juice special.
Lisbon’s top brunches – for hunger of all kinds, from one end of the city to the other.