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For an aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing morn­ing, dip into Dear Break­fast (8 dear break­ for a Por­tuguese bica and pastéis de nata cus­tard tart. JNCQUOI

(8 brings a new con­cept to the cap­i­tal with a culi­nary trea­sure trove un­der one roof, in­clud­ing an oys­ter bar, deli, and the first out­let of Ladurée in the coun­try. The restau­rant

it­self, de­signed by Lázaro rosa-vi­o­lán, is crowned by a di­nosaur skele­ton. an­other multi-restau­rant open­ing is Bairro do

Avillez (8 bair­rodoav­, which houses Taberna, where ceramic fried eggs and chill­ies, by Caulino Ce­ram­ics, are sus­pended from the ceil­ing. Be­yond this is the fish restau­rant Pá­teo, Beco Cabaret

Gourmet and, above, Cantina Pe­ru­ana by chef diego Muñoz. For a gourmet ex­trav­a­ganza try Alma (8 al­mal­is­ in the Chi­ado neigh­bour­hood, where chef hen­rique sá Pes­soa lays the culi­nary soul of Por­tu­gal on a plate.


Sal (8 restau­ran­te­, near Com­porta, on a blind­ingly white beach, is in­evitably all about fish; in­land, the dec­o­ra­tive restau­rant at São Lourenço do Bar­ro­cal re­fash­ions heavy alen­te­jan dishes into some­thing sur­pris­ingly el­e­gant, draw­ing on the ho­tel’s own pro­duce, and ac­com­pa­ny­ing them with the estate’s wines.

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