Door to door – Rua das Flores
At lunch they serve excellent traditional Portuguese food, in the evening unusual snacks. The menu is overseen by local chef André Magalhães.
One of the few places in Lisbon where you can buy all sorts of comic books. The store is particularly good for ones from the US.
An authentic Portuguese tasca that opens only at lunchtime, where you can sample the best of traditional local cuisine. Don’t miss the fried meat croquettes and pastéis de bacalhau (cod cakes).
It makes a divine chocolate cake that Time Out Lisboa declared the city’s best after a blind taste test – and which you can buy here by the slice.
Precisely 3,267 (empty) wine bottles line the domed ceiling of this wine bar, which also serves cheeses, hams and sausages, and oysters.
The place to overdose on cheeses. They come from all over the world and are sold whole, but can also be sampled in a side room.
Widely seen as one of Lisbon’s top hair salons, with staff who also do the business for the model that parade in the ModaLisboa fashion show.
A tattoo parlour whose staff have 20 years of experience, and where you can also pick up punk, hardcore and heavy metal CDs and vinyl, clothes and boots.
A restaurant for carnivores, with hunks of steak, good hamburgers and a fair few snacks, too.