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Lisbon fine dining restaurants at lunch time

tkelly Jun 26, 2011 03:42 AM

To vinhotinto and all CH members

I'll be in Lisbon for the next two weeks, most of the time working.
I will invite a number of Portuguese executives (lawyers and bankers) for a lunch.
Looking for a place of easy access, central and where the Portuguese like the food.
Not looking for restaurants in hotels
I do not know if there are executive or lunch menus, which are usually cheaper.



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  1. monchique RE: tkelly Jun 26, 2011 05:15 AM

    I would suggest Luis Suspiro's restaurant in the Medical Council (Ordem dos Medicos): http://www.naordemcomluissuspiro.com/...
    It is pretty central, close to the airport, easy parking and very Portuguese (with a twist). They have a very reasonably priced lunch menu at 30 Euros (incl wine and coffee) and it will impress your guests that you know about one of the most confidential restaurant in Lisbon.

    I note your "no hotel" policy, but the "Brasserie" at the Tivoli would be my 2nd choice, even more central on Av. da Liberdade.

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      henryh14 RE: tkelly Jun 28, 2011 04:56 AM

      My experience in this fine dining restaurants was good but for dinner. All of them have cheaper lunch menu, with a central location.

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