Portuguese food with great prices. Try the Pataniscas de Bacalhau (Cod fish with magic).
“The authentic Neapolitan pizzas that are served here are prepared in a masterpiece -- a wood oven weighing nine tons, made of volcanic rock and lined with gold, which is one of only two in the world (the other one is in New York). This oven brightens the luminous space, which also has colorful Siena dishes as decorative pieces. Each pizza is made with fresh Portuguese and Italian ingredients, and the highlight is the burrata and gold leaf pizza. To accompany the pizzas, the suggestion is craft beer, and there are several local choices together with those from Italy and other parts of the world. And for those who don’t feel like pizza, there are veal and cod dishes cooked at low temperatures -- the other house specialties”
“It's a wonderful and healthy cafe, where you can eat a brunch for a very good price, and everything is delicious. They have free wifi, and are open from 8 am to 8 pm. ”
“Beautiful largo (garden square) in Lisbon and a wonderful quiosque where one can sip a coffee or enjoy and gin and tonic. Make sure you visit the nearby Reservatório da Mãe d'Água das Amoreiras, a great little space that houses a city water reservoir. Also visit the Fundação Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva, which has the collections of Portuguese artist Arpad Szenes and Vieira da Silva.”
“Délicieuse boulangerie-pâtisserie artisanale, propose des produits portugais et français”
“One of the best look-out point in Lisbon is also one of the least visited. Take the 28 Tram from Martim Moniz (R. Sra. Saúde 6B) and jump off when you see the sign for Nossa Senhora do Monte on your right side. It's close to Largo da Graca. From there it's a short walk up hill. ”