Located only a few steps from Sé, Lisbon’s cathedral, there is Prado. Prado occupies a former cannery, where there are also Roman ruins, where the wine cellar is placed.

The two storeys high room and windows, with a beautiful green ceiling decor, serves farm to table food. On the menu, there are only seasonal and fresh local ingredients. The dishes are a twist of the Portuguese food with international influences. The chef who leads the kitchen is a Portuguese who worked at “Taberna do Mercado”, a Portuguese restaurant in London from a Michelin star chef Nuno Mendes).

The chef created a wonderful menu, from where you can choose something from the sea as the or from the land: as the Iberico pork tenderloin, quinces & chocolate peppers. To go with the food, the wine list comprises only organic, biodynamic, and natural wines.

Our tip: is don’t skip a mouthwateringly delicious couvert: a Barbela wheat bread (from Gleba), fresh goats butter, smoked salt & sea lettuce, whipped Iberico pork fat, garlic & bay leaf; Nor skip a dessert such as Sweet potato, smoked milk ice cream & honey.

 

 


Prado, Lisbon, Portugal

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