Balcão da esquina
Portuguese snacks devised by chef Vítor Sobral.
O Surf & Turf
Dishes that bring together ingredients from sea and land, by chef Kiko Martins.
Cozinha da Felicidade
Snacks and mains from chef Susana Felicidade that take their lead from old Portuguese.
The best fish and shellfish from the sea of Guincho.
Meat, fish and vegetarian tartares.
Café de São Bento
Lisbon's best steak, served with a sauce to suit.
An original cross between a modern snack bar and a traditional seafood restaurant.
One of Portugal's most creative and innovative chefs.
Miguel Castro e Silva
A veteran and precursor of auteur cuisine in Portugal.
Henrique Sá Pessoa
Auteur cuisine from a chef with two Michelin stars.
A firm grip on traditional Portuguese cuisine.
The city's first (and only) croquette store.
A cuisine based in good portuguese seasonal ingredients.
O Prego da Peixaria
The city's first place dedicated to the prego, the national steak sandwich What the pastel de nata.
Dishes from the four corners of Asia.
Artisanal-dough pizzas baked in a wood-fired oven Producing the perfect pizza takes a.
A menu that combines traditional and fusion sushi.
The city's best American-style hamburgers.
The best ice creams, from one of the city's longest-established purveyors.
Nós é mais Bolos
The best cakes by the slice, picked out by Time Out.
Historic shop with a vast selection of Portuguese wines.
All Day Breakfast: eggs, sandwiches and pancakes.
Conserveira de Lisboa
Tinned fish and seafood shop that's a Lisbon institution.
Pure artisanal chocolate from by the Corallo family.
Iconic charcuterie going for more than 100 years.
Beer Experience Super Bock
A kiosk selling original and craft beer under the Super Bock brand name This real.
O Bar da Odete
Bar serving wines seleced by the critic Odete Cascais While Time Out Market is the world’s first.
The legendary orange Italian drink, for a glass at the end of the day In 1919, in.
The kiosk to sample port wine from one of the oldest brands.
Portugal's most Portuguese liqueur.
Frutos Secos do Mercado
The biggest range of dried or caramelised fruit and nuts Hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds from.
Fresh fruit juices made on the spot with knowhow from Compal.
Quiosque do Café
The Market's best meeting pont, where Delta coffee is the speciality.
Time Out Bar
A cocktail bar bearing the Time Out name and soul.
Academia Time Out
The Market cookery school where love for cuisine is shared.
Crème de la Crème
Traditional Portuguese soups shop.
The best pies in the city since 1977.
Classic pastéis de bacalhau (cod cakes).
A Vida Portuguesa
A store that's more than a souvenir shop, selling authentic old Portuguese products If there is.
The best of French patisserie in the form of éclairs.
Pudim do Abade
A pudding made by hand in Lisbon with the flavour of the North.
Recordação de Sintra
Traditional Sintra queijadas and travesseiros.
The best pastéis de nata in Lisbon and surroundings.
Quiosque do Cais
The red kiosk located in the Dom Luís I garden When the tables and chairs around a kiosk are.
One of Lisbon's classic restaurants, in business for more than 35 years.
The younger sibling of the Lux nightclub.
Studio Time Out
A multipurpose room with one function: to host the city's best events.
A space for creative and cultural work where all kinds of businesses cohabit.