Dark, swanky, and infinitely luxurious, Café de São Bento is considered by many Lisboetas to be a “classic-style” steakhouse. Located next to Parliament, Café de São Bento is quite popular with politicians, city officials, and lately the city’s ritzy, young socialites and fashionable night owls. The restaurant maintains a feeling of a turn-of-the-century gentlemen’s club with its polished wood, red plush furnishings, and the use of a doorbell system. Their most legendary dish is the bifé marrare, a traditional Portuguese recipe of steak in cream pepper sauce, often served with an egg sunny-side-up and French fries.
Located atop the Hotel do Chiado, the Entretanto Bar offers spectacular views of Lisbon. After a... Read more