A Muralha​

Situated in the heart of the Alfama, just down the road from the Fado Museum. They have a great selection of traditional cuisine at extremely reasonable prices, one of my favourites here is the Baked Cod Fish and Runner beans. Wednesday night is Fado time with a difference, with several different singers, taking in turns to sing, sometimes accompanied by as many as 8 guitarists. Reservations are essential. 



21 886 7089

R. Jardim do Tabaco 112, 1100-139 Lisboa


Maçã Verde​

The restaurant is situated just off the Alfama, near the large docking areas for the Super Cruise Liners. Maçã Verde is literally 100 meters down the side street and is totally missed by the tourists. They are as close as you’ll ever get to traditional cuisine in Lisbon, being patronised by business folks and tradesmen alike. Owned and run by 2 charming guys, Ze Brandao and Ze Carlos, they have been recognised in a number of  publications and Portuguese Magazines. Having also been awarded the Golden Toothpick medal, recognition for an excellent no frills Tasca serving Portuguese food at an honest price.



965 512 266

R. Caminhos de Ferro 1100, 1100-486 Lisboa