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7 terraces to enjoy Lisbon

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Dock Fish

With a view over the river and the marina, the Dock Fish it is located also provides a view over the 25 de abril bridge. On sunny days or mild evenings, this is one of the places where you can taste the freshest fish and seafood in the area. From the recently renewed menu, it is essential to start with oysters from the Sado (€ 2.50 each), with the flamed Porto Fino prawns (€ 14.50) or the traditional clams with bulhão pato (€ 19.50). From sea bass, sea bream, snapper, swordfish, grouper or sea bream, there is always fresh fish that the customer can even choose from the storefront inside the Dock. Alternatively, bets go to the tuna steak with sesame crust (€ 14.50) or to the grilled prawns with black rice. For desserts, apple crumble with vanilla ice cream (€ 6) is a consensual success. Where? Doca Santo Amaro, Armazém 14 When? From Monday to Sunday, from 12:30 to midnight. Reservations 21 397 3565


Contrary to what the name implies, the Sellva it offers a stillness that seems impossible in one of the epicenters of the traffic in Lisbon, the Marquês de Pombal, but that takes place here. It is in Sellva that you can travel to the most exotic destinations without leaving the site, with options for brunch, lunch, dinner and even breakfast after hours. The featured dishes include salmon and avocado tartar with salmon and yuzo roe (€ 9), scrambled eggs with avocado, tomato, poppy seeds with bacon (€ 8), the Brazil bowl, with sautéed shrimp, cherry tomato, red onion, avocado, quinoa, pine nuts, pineapple, balsamic vinaigrette and yuzu mayonnaise (€ 11) or the tuna tataki with vegetable wok and teriyaki sauce (€ 13). Where? Rua Mouzinho da Silveira 32, Lisbon. When? From Monday to Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm and from 7pm to 11pm. Reservations 21 599 8814

The Friar

At the end of the emblematic Calçada da Ajuda, in Belém, there is a poorly kept secret called The Friar. With Carlos Afonso and Sérgio Frade at the helm, Frade presents fresh news. Due to the new security measures, eight seats are available at the counter, eight seats, but guarantees another eight on a recent sunny terrace, where you can try the usual snacks such as coriander rabbit (€ 8.50), eggs with tubers or asparagus (€ 8), stewed chicken (€ 7.50), marinated duck (€ 9) or tuna stupetta (€ 7.50). In addition, it gained new strengths: it integrated ‘take-away’ and “delivery” (through Uber Eats) in its service; you will receive small private events for 8 people in your space, in a Personal Chef style service, where Carlos Afonso promises to cook the most delicious dishes of O Frade. Where? Calçada da Ajuda, 14, Lisbon When? From Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:15 pm to 3:15 pm, and from 7:15 pm to 11:00 pm. Closed on Monday. Reservations 939 482 939


Located on the corner between Rua do Conde and Rua do Olival, Geographia has made room for a small and inviting terrace. Accompanying this novelty, from Monday to Saturday, from 7 pm to 8 pm, for each drink ordered the customer will be entitled to another free drink (of the same value) – it’s the Happy Hour. In addition, Geographia launched the Passport initiative: just take your own, as long as it is valid, and the more different stamps in the passport, the greater the discount to be applied when paying. The dishes keep the inspiration from the four corners of the world, such as the Curry of Vegetables with coconut rice from Goa (€ 14) or the braised fish with moqueca sauce from Guinea Bissau (€ 15). Where? Rua do Conde, 1, Lisbon When? Monday to Saturday from 12:30 to 15:00 and from 19:30 to 23:30. Closed on Sundays. Reservations +351 213 960 036

Rail Bar Terrace

Again with the doors open, the Rail Bar Terrace has a novelty: brunch. On Saturdays and Sundays, brunch starts to be served from 11 am, and can be served on the terrace, famous for its industrial view over the river. Brunch includes pancakes, bennedict eggs and the famous açaí. For the undecided, there are three brunch menus: Sunday Funday (€ 16.50), In the clouds (€ 19.50) and Flamingo (€ 10.50). Juices and smoothies are included, as well as coffee. Where? Rua de Santa Apolónia, 59, Lisbon. When? Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 11pm. Bookings 21 765 1869

Blue Terrace & V Rooftop

Located at The Vintage Hotel, between Avenida da Liberdade and Príncipe Real, in a courtyard with a hanging garden, the restaurant Blue Terrace is the ideal place for lunch or dinner on hot days. Here, you can try snacks such as Algarve salad with tuna muxama (€ 9), shrimp tempura with spicy tomato sherry and coriander (€ 13) or quail with marinated carrot (€ 13). In addition to this, the hotel also has the V Rooftop, an equally welcoming place at the top of the hotel, ideal for drinking a cocktail. Where? Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 2, Lisbon When? V Rooftop Bar, from 12:30 pm to 11:30 pm Reservations 210405400.


In the new terrace of JNcQUOI Avenida the best tapas, snacks, salads and sandwiches will be served, signed by chef António Bóia, with emphasis on Algarve oysters (from € 9), foie gras terrine (€ 26) or veal carpaccio (€ 19). Among the hot dishes suggested by the chef are truffled broken eggs (€ 20), garlic prawns in the pan (€ 21) or JNcQUOI woodpecker (€ 25), among other dishes. The menu also offers exclusive options of cold cuts, cheeses and desserts. Where? Avenida da Liberdade, 182 – 184, Lisbon. When? Every day, from 12 pm to 11 pm Booking 21 051 3000


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