Restaurants in Cais do Sodré

Where to eat in Cais do Sodré, including outdoor restaurants on the riverfront


Cervejaria Portugália

Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa
213 422 138
Opens every day
Price per person: €30

Cervejaria Portugália, Lisbon

This restaurant has branched out to several locations (including to some of the city's shopping malls), but the two best ones are found on the riverfront. One is in the Belém district next to the Discoveries Monument and the other is by Cais do Sodré Station. It serves a traditional Portuguese menu, of which the steak is the most famous dish, but it's also strong on seafood. Beer is the usual choice to accompany it all.




Confraria Lx

Rua do Alecrim, 12A
213 426 292
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Confraria Lx, Lisbon

After becoming "the" destination for sushi in Cascais, this restaurant also opened in Lisbon, in the Lx Boutique Hotel. It has a good wine list, together with its famous "sakerinhas" and caipirinhas.


Ibo

Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, Armazém A
213 423 611
Closes on Mondays
Price per person: €40

Ibo, Lisbon

This restaurant, in a former salt warehouse on the waterfront, offers a gastronomic voyage to the former Portuguese colony of Mozambique. Portuguese and Goan flavors are also mixed in, and served in an attractive contemporary interior covered in white, blue, and purple, or at the tables outside.


La Puttana

Rua Nova do Carvalho, 70
915 162 919
Opens every day
Price per person: €20

La Puttana, Lisbon

This pizzeria is wide open to the street (except on winter days when its floor-to-ceiling windows are closed), and serves crispy thin-crust pizzas using Italian products. It’s a very relaxed place with communal tables seating up to 24 people. If you don’t want to wait for your spot, you may always choose the takeout service.


Las Ficheras

Rua dos Remolares, 34
213 470 553
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Las Ficheras, Lisbon

This restaurant is open throughout the day and presents traditional Mexican cuisine. It was inspired by the atmosphere of the 1940s Mexican cabarets, and in addition to the tacos and enchiladas, it has a list of cocktails and tequilas. All this to the sound of Mexican and Latin American music, and until 1am on weekdays and 2am on weekends.


Monte Mar Lisboa

Rua da Cintura (Armazém 65)
213 220 160
Closes from Monday to Wednesday
Price per person: €40

Monte Mar Lisbon

It’s a famous restaurant in Cascais and it also had a stand in the Ribeira Market, so it was only a matter of time before it opened another spot on the waterfront in central Lisbon (west of Cais do Sodré’s ferry station). It’s in a converted warehouse with two levels, but the place to be is the terrace outside. It features an industrial-chic décor in dark tones, and has seating for about 200, inside and out. Famous for its fresh fish and seafood dishes, it serves lunch and dinner with a view towards 25 de Abril Bridge, including from the interior through large windows. One of the most popular dishes is the hake fillets with cockle rice, but there’s always the fish of the day, grilled or baked, in addition to the lobsters and crabs.
It also has a small bar, serving cocktails and gins.


Muito BEY

Rua da Moeda, 8
211 580 788
Closes on Sundays
Price per person: €25

Muito BEY, Lisbon

BEY is the airport code of the city of Beirut, the owner’s hometown and the origin of the cuisine served in small dishes meant for sharing. It’s traditional Lebanese cuisine but with a modern and personal twist by Barbara Abdeni Massaad, a writer and expert on Lebanese cuisine. Everything is made with fresh Portuguese ingredients, but also adds a few spices imported from Lebanon.
To accompany each dish there’s the famous man’ouche (homemade bread always served straight from the oven), Lebanese and Portuguese wines, and cocktails and other drinks made with Lebanese syrups.
Many of the options are vegetarian, and everything can be served in the dining room decorated with hanging light bulbs or at the tables outside.


O Botanista

Rua Dom Luís I, 19
(Não tem telefone)
Closes on Sundays
Price per person: €15

O Botanista, Lisbon

It’s not just the greenest restaurant in Cais do Sodré, it’s also the greenest in the entire city. Its interior is surrounded by plants and its food is completely free of animal products. The delicious desserts change daily, and are sweetened with natural sugars, such as agave, dates and coconut sugar.


Otto

Praça Dom Luis I (Edifício "8 Building")
210 499 710
Opens every day
Price per person: €20

Otto, Lisbon

Entirely devoted to Italian cuisine, this restaurant with a few tables outside faces the Ribeira Market. Natural Italian products are used in the pizzas and in the meat and fish dishes, and everything can be accompanied by wine and exclusive cocktails. The décor is contemporary but with a few rustic details, such as hanging hams and fruit on display by the counter of the kitchen that opens to the dining room.


Pap'Açorda

Avenida 24 de Julho, 49/Mercado da Ribeira
213 464 811
Closes on Mondays
Price per person: €40

Pap'Açorda, Lisbon

One of the city’s classic restaurants (which in the 80s and 90s welcomed celebrities like Robert De Niro, Sean Connery and Catherine Deneuve) moved from his original home in Bairro Alto to the upper level of Ribeira Market, but has kept its menu of traditional Portuguese cuisine with a certain contemporary touch. The specialties are açorda (a soupy dish of bread and seafood) and the most delicious chocolate mousse in town.


Sala de Corte

Praça D. Luis I, 7
213 460 030
Opens every day
Price per person: €35

Sala de Corte, Lisbon

Meat lovers love this restaurant, and not just for the meat. Everything is delicious, including the appetizers, the sides, and especially the desserts. It also offers a good selection of Portuguese wines.


Taberna Tosca

Praça de São Paulo, 21
218 034 563
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Taberna Tosca, Lisbon

Facing Praça de São Paulo, this contemporary restaurant wants to bring back the old Lisbon tradition of a relaxed place for get-togethers accompanied by traditional Portuguese dishes. At lunchtime there's a meat, fish or vegetarian choice, while at other times there's a selection of wines, cheese and petiscos (tapas).


The Wine Cellar

Rua de São Paulo, 49
213 470 098
Closes on Mondays
Price per person: €20

The Wine Cellar, Lisbon

One of the most popular bars and restaurants in Bairro Alto (“Grapes & Bites”), opened this second spot in Cais do Sodré. It’s also a wine bar and restaurant, but is open throughout the day. It has a selection of around 200 wines, to be served by the glass and to go with a variety of petiscos (tapas).


Vicente

Rua das Flores, 6
218 066 142
Opens every day
Price per person: €25

Vicente, Lisbon

A former coal warehouse is now this restaurant specializing in meat from Portugal’s Alentejo region. It kept the brick-vaulted interior, and created a dimly-lit dining area. It mostly serves steak, but there’s a variety of appetizers, as well as the choice of burgers and steak sandwiches.