Translated as “The Chicken King,” this tiny, unassuming restaurant near Rossio train station serves some of the best grilled meats in Lisbon. Watch from your seat in the dining area as the chefs, expertly prepare huge platters of piri piri chicken, swordfish and salmon steaks, grilled sardines, and juicy febras (sautéed pork strips) over beds of fluffy rice and hot French fries. El Rei d’Frango becomes very crowded during peak meal times. If you don’t want to eat your roast lamb shank standing up, be sure to arrive early in order to guarantee a seat.
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