A fusion of Asian food from China, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia prepared from authentic recipes but created and presented in a refreshingly contemporary way defines this funky Far East-themed dining... Read More
A fusion of Asian food from China, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia prepared from authentic recipes but created and presented in a refreshingly contemporary way defines this funky Far East-themed dining spot. This is as close to Southeast Asian flavours as you'll likely to get without actually travelling to the region. The restaurant is imaginatively conceived. The elongated interior runs under an arched brick stone ceiling bristling with hanging light bulbs – modernist-minimalist architecture that highlights Boa-Bao's understated concept. Tables are also set over an esplanade and rear patio for al fresco moments. The menu is carefully designed to reflect the unique and iconic characteristics of oriental cooking, and the results are deliciously authentic. And if you're pressed for time, the kitchen offers a take away service.
Largo Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro 30
+351 919 023 030
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- Baixa/Chiado's Best Restaurants: "Unfortunately, reservations are not accepted but if you end up waiting to be seated order one of their cocktails, presented in an original and quirky manner."
- Best for Baixa/Chiado's Best Restaurants Because: A recent addition to Lisbon's gastronomic scene, dining at Boa-Bao is to travel through the flavours of Southeast Asia.