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Fusion/International cuisine. With a slight industrial interior, this restaurant around the corner from Avenida da Liberdade is a welcoming, laid-back choice for tapas-dining washed down with a good wine that may also be served by the glass.
Tapas style food, I like the tasting menu where you can taste 5 entries at low price. Very nice furnished, a great place to have a good meal.
“Located close to Avenida da Liberdade, this restaurant specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine created by professionals with experience in reputable Japanese restaurants around the world. The space is elegant and contemporary, divided into different ambiances, from the bar and dining area for faster sushi meals, to the more formal dining room lit in purple tones and filled with white tables and chairs. The menu goes beyond the sushi, sashimi and Tamakis, mixing lesser-known Japanese dishes.”
“Massas R. Artilharia 1 79, 1250-038 Lisboa Fechado ⋅ Abre à(s) 12:30 Menu: latrattoria.pt Reservas: thefork.pt Telefone: 21 385 3043”
“You can get there easily by train from Cais do Sodré Station www.angelsurfschool.com Material (2 hours) - 18€ Surf lessons (2 hours) - 25€ ”
“Almada Negreiros was 22 when he wrote the Manifesto anti-Dantas, a leaflet of protest against the writer Julius Dantas. Filipe Nabais, a confessing admirer of this text that marked the Modernist movement of the early twentieth century, took advantage of the motto and made it a snack restaurant two minutes walk from Avenida da Liberdade. Disregard anyone who thinks that at the Anti-Dantas Tavern you will find the usual snacks. In a small space, where twenty people fit, the walls are lined with news from old newspapers (the Manifesto is also there). But it's the table that's the real reason to talk!”