Food and drink
You can eat your way around the globe on the taster menu with Japanese dumplings, Moroccan couscous and Scottish steak all appearing on the menu. The wide-range of food didn't fill me with confidence, fearing the kitchen may be jack of all, master of none, but the food is actually of very high quality.
This place is brand new and filled with a fresh young buzz. The BBC bar next door is a long-standing Lisbon nightspot, and the restaurant now pulls in much of the local party set.
Pretty good. Although it's apparent that this place is still finding its feet and there were a few mix-ups on orders when I visited – but that's always to be expected in newly opened joints.
A bit out of from the city-centre, this place has an excellent water-side location.
Expect to pay between 35–50 euros pp, including reasonable wine.
Tables to book
The best tables are close to the river-facing windows.
- People watching
- Special occasions
- Design and architecture