Restaurants in Alcântara

Where to eat in Alcântara, including restaurants at Lx Factory and Docas de Santo Amaro

A Tapadinha

Calçada da Tapada, 41A
213 641 183
Closes on Sunday
Price per person: €20

A Tapadinha, Lisbon

It was the first and remains the best Russian or Eastern European restaurant in Lisbon. It’s found directly below 25 de Abril Bridge and has a rather exotic atmosphere, enhanced by the dark colors of the interior. The Russian chef presents some of the best specialties from his homeland, served by a welcoming staff.

Eneko Lisboa

Rua Maria Luisa Holstein, 15
215 833 275
Closes on Sunday and Monday
Price per person: €125

Eneko Lisboa

Chef Eneko Atxa, distinguished with three Michelin stars in Spain, also offers many of his most iconic dishes together with traditional Basque cuisine in Lisbon. The chosen location is a former warehouse and printing factory, which had been converted into one of Lisbon’s most beautiful restaurants in the 1990s. The space is split into two different areas -- one for the traditional cuisine and the other for the tasting menus.

Valle Flôr

Rua do Jau, 54
213 615 600
Opens every day
Price per person: €65

Valle Flôr, Lisbon

The Louis XV-inspired décor in a palace hotel tells you that this is a luxurious restaurant, and a refined menu was created to match that atmosphere. It's a mostly Portuguese menu with international influences, and on Sundays it serves brunch, often to the sound of live piano music. It also allows access to the palace's gardens.

Restaurants at Lx Factory

1300 Taberna

Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103, Edifício H
213 649 170
Closes on Monday
Price per person: €30

1300 Taberna, Lisbon

This restaurant at Lx Factory has an industrial décor with an interesting mismatch of furniture. From the open kitchen, you're served creative dishes of Portuguese cuisine with international influences. Whenever possible, it uses seasonal and organic products from small producers, and selects little-known wines.

A Praça

Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103, Edifício H
210 991 792
Opens every day
Price per person: €20

A Praça, Lisbon

One of Lx Factory’s trendiest restaurants, it promises a relaxed atmosphere and a diverse menu, ranging from Italian pasta to Portuguese “petiscos” (tapas). The décor is retro/vintage, and includes a display of the fresh produce used in the kitchen. The bar offers gin and cocktails to those waiting for a table or as after-dinner drinks.

Cantina Lx

Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103
213 628 239
Opens every day
Price per person: €20

Cantina Lx, Lisbon

This restaurant took over the space of an old canteen that served several generations of workers since 1846. It was one of the first restaurants at Lx Factory when it opened to the public in 2008, and has kept the old tables and chairs in the industrial interior. It serves Portuguese cuisine, prepared in a wood-fired oven, and has a relaxed ambience.


Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103
211 608 884
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Matchamama, Lisbon

The exotic flavors of Peruvian and Asian cuisines are fused at this restaurant in Lx Factory. They are served at lunch and dinner, in a dimly-lit dining room or outside on a laid-back terrace shaded by trees. Among the various choices are tiraditos from Peru, pad thai from Thailand and baos from China. As for drinks, the most recommended are the sparkling wine sangria with cucumber, the pisco sour or the ginger lemonade.

Restaurants at the Santo Amaro Docks


Docas de Santo Amaro
213 955 977
Opens every day
Price per person: €15

Capricciosa, Lisbon

This pizzeria has different branches in Lisbon and surroundings. The one at Docas de Santo Amaro is the biggest and most attractive branch, offering a wonderful view of the river and 25 de Abril Bridge, from the interior and the tables outside. In addition to the wood-oven pizzas, it serves pastas and salads.


Docas de Santo Amaro
211 641 637
Closes on Mondays and Tuesdays
Price per person: €25

Contra Restaurant, Lisbon

A colorful sculpture created by artist Leonel Moura, which used to be on a rooftop at Lx Factory, now welcomes you to this restaurant in Docas de Santo Amaro. It’s a laid-back restaurant, with a menu divided into meat (typical steakhouse options), hamburgers, fish and a good list of starters influenced by Peru and Mexico. It has outdoor seating, while the industrial-style interior includes space for exhibitions, live music and DJs (from Thursday to Saturday).


Docas de Santo Amaro
213 970 109
Closes on Mondays
Price per person: €25

Descarado Restaurant, Lisbon

For many years, this former warehouse was occupied by a fish restaurant, and although it continues to offer fish from the Portuguese coast, this new restaurant has added flavors from different parts of the world. Like all other restaurants in Docas de Santo Amaro, it has outdoor seating. Inside, it’s divided into a restaurant with a view (on the upper floor) and a cocktail bar (on the ground floor). There’s a live DJ from Wednesday to Saturday, and on Sundays it offers a buffet of the traditional Cozido à Portuguesa (“Portuguese stew”).

Doca 6

Docas de Santo Amaro
213 957 905
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Doca 6, Lisbon

It shares the privileged location in Docas de Santo Amaro with other restaurants, but this one stands out for the variety of fish and seafood. On the menu are also dishes of international cuisine, and it's possible to show up just for drinks at the outdoor tables with views of the river and 25 de Abril Bridge.


Docas de Santo Amaro
910 851 920
Opens every day
Price per person: €20

Izanagi, Lisbon

Photo: EG_Catia Barbosa

Named after the creator deity in Japanese mythology, this restaurant presents the food that the Japanese eat in their homes, at restaurants, on the street and at the markets. The menu has small plates for sharing, as well as the always popular sushi and ramen, and is divided into over a dozen appetizers, sushi and sashimi, maki and temaki, robata and other authentic dishes of Japanese cuisine, plus desserts.
It’s a good option for lunch, as it offers a reasonably-priced menu of the day.
It’s in one of the former warehouses at the Docks, and the interior has an open kitchen, allowing you to watch every step of the robata (barbecuing) process. It sits up to 60 people, including in the exterior, by the river.