Dining in Lisbon it's posible restaurants with affordable menus . En general Portugal It is not expensive compared to other European countries and the food is homemade. The typically lisboetas specialties son cod fritters, fish Horta, caldo de nabo (vegetable), the chicken canja (chicken soup with rice) or of different dishes with cod.
Where to eat cheap in Lisbon? Restaurants
In general many of the restaurants often have Menu at noon or daily specials that Cheap , you will see at the door announced. Here I will show some of the tascar or economic restaurants I found on my last visit to the capital Portuguese:
Principe Do Calhariz : a restaurant in the Bairro Alto area but close to the Baixa and Chiado. The place is very grante, It has a capacity of about 100 people, yet sometimes it gets crowded. Specializing in grilled dishes, but the menu is varied. The service is fast. In typical image Bacalhau à Brás (cod, egg and very finely chopped and fried potatoes) Schedule: 12: 00h a 15: 30h / 19:00 a 22: 30h Closed on Saturday, you can see the Prices in your web: http://principedocalhariz.com/ Address: Calcada Combro, 28/30, Lisbon 1200, Portugal
Restaurant Tascardoso : This is a restaurant 2 × 1. It is located in a corner of one side is a restaurant with a la carte, the other is a “fast food” local ( Fast meals ) with daily (noon). We recommend the fast food side Dishes are as cheap as € 4! As the chocolate mousse dessert is a delight. About Bairro Alto. Address: Century Street, 242
Restaurante Tolan Tasca in Alfama, The site is named after a ship that ran aground on the Tagus River and sank in homemade food 80, generous portions and good value. Rua dos Remedios, 134
The Tasco the Vicar : In the Alfama a good unpretentious restaurant. Ask for the lunch menu is the cheapest option, many workers in the area eat here. Address: Vicar Street, 18
Restaurant Cerqueira : A good family restaurant near Rossio, but you have to walk a bit. You will find that you have to climb a small hill streets estrechitas. In the area there are many family restaurants with a good price, They are small, so if they are full you have to eat something tight. Do not expect luxury. Santana pitching, of 49 years old
A Picanha : This restaurant is perfect if you like to eat meat. The house specialty is Picanha (it is a cut and type of meat they do in Brazil). The decor with typical Portuguese tiles make the restaurant a cozy place. The restaurant is far from the center, but next to the National Museum of Ancient Art. The menu on a Sunday afternoon, e.g., It is 12 € everything included. Address: R. Green windows 96, Lisbon 1200, Portugal
A Tendinha : A place to have a drink. Not a restaurant but a snack bar 'Pastel de Bacalhau “the” Bifana’ or other 'petiscos’ (tapas). Square D. Pedro IV, 6
Tavern of Grace : Portions are large, so you might want to break any dish. A good place for lunch or a drink, open late. Usually packed after 20pm
open daily from 14h00 -. 2h00, opens Wednesday at 17h. Address: Largo da Graça, 79/80, 1170-165 Lisbon
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Marquee : It is a cultural institution formed by a school of circus arts, a theater and a cafeteria with views of Lisbon. As usuall, They have activities and exhibitions. Very good reasons to come for a drink, the restaurant is expensive (12.06 € salads) but you can always drink on the terrace. You are on the way if you go to to the castle walk. Check the program on their website before you go: http://Managerial chapito.org/: Costa do Castelo 1, 1149-079 Lisbon, Portugal
Corner of Nuns : It is a convent with an open buffet restaurant. The best is the terrace overlooking the Tagus . It is quite large, but improvement in the 13h will take place later, sometimes some of the dishes on the menu has passed. A must if you are in Lisbon on weekdays at noon (not open on the weekend) Crossmember Ferragial, No. 1 (el between the Chiado and Cais do Sodre, corner of Rua Victor Cordon 21) only Monday through Friday 12 am a 15h.
IMPORTANT: in some of the restaurants that sit around a plate with olives, pan, cheese or pate. These snacks are not free , to see the price at the table before eating. They are usually inexpensive restaurant but it depends … if you put the price Ask or not eating. Otherwise they will not touch the charge. If you like and l fado watch with local fado in Lisbon but the food will come out much more expensive …
In the center of Lisbon you can find a shopping center called Armazens do Chiado. This is a place where there are several places with different styles of food. A good place to compare and choose. One of the best is Chimarrao which can be “Brazilian feijoada” . They have a cheaper part with daily specials that you can eat at the tables in the mall. If you prefer open buffet you have to enter the restaurant. The buffet includes all sorts of salads and stir fries over 5 types of meat cut at the time. The value is very good, especially if you like to eat a lot. The price per night for the weekend is € 7.99 enrte week or half a day is even cheaper. Address: Rua do Carmo 2 You have another Chimarrao in the area of the Expo – Nations Park They are a chain of restaurants
Another option that is not exactly a mall, but market area became a restoration. The Mercado da Ribeira It was a traditional market has reopened as a gastronomic space. The building has a steel frame and glass. There are flower stalls, food and a large restaurant with many choices of different foods to choose (you have sushi, seafood, burgers, pizzas, Ice Cream and More). Among the positions to 30 of the best restaurants in Lisboa previously selected by Time Out.
In summary, you have many options to eat well preo cheap in Lisbon. If you see other possibilities as well you can eat cheaply in cafes or bakeries Lisbon . You have this and more information on the application for Android Guide Low Cost