It wasn't Lisbon's first Kiko Martins-led restaurant (that would be O Talho) but it was the one that put him in the map. It became one of the city's most popular locations. Cevicheria was born to pay tribute to Peru's national dish, by serving it with salmon, tuna and even codfish, but the best version, the one worth waiting in line for, is the pure ceviche: seasonal white fish, puréed sweet-potato, onions, seaweed and tiger's milk.
Time Out tips:
– Wait for a table with a glass (or two, or three) of pisco sour in your hand.
– To finish your meal, go for a surf & turf mini-sandwich with pork belly and shrimp.
– If you want people on social networks to know where you are, take a picture of the giant octopus on the ceiling.