Restaurants located in the Lisbon neighbourhoods of Bairro Alto and Príncipe Real number some excellent local eateries and other places to eat that tempt the palate with a more international menu. In Bairro Alto Sophia La Loca offers delicious tapas-style food and some excellent wines. For something a little more traditional, the homely and welcoming Antiga de 1 Maio serves Portuguese cuisine drawn from favourite local recipes. Fabulous Moroccan fare is served at colourful Flor da Laranja, and the atmosphere is very Moorish. At nearby Grapes & Bites, diners have a wonderful menu of appetizers to chew over, although you can just pop in for a glass or two if you’re not feeling very hungry. Meanwhile, the Italian cuisine prepared at Casanostra a block away is some of the most authentic in the city. The leafy and verdant Príncipe Real district features a cluster of excellent eateries including A Cevicheria A where you can sample authentic South American-style ceviche. The area is also notable for Terra, arguably the capital’s best vegetarian restaurant. For steak lovers, however, it has to be stylish La Paparrucha, Lisbon’s celebrated Argentinian restaurant: the views across uptown are inspiring! For a taste of Brazil, grab a seat at Comida de Santo and enjoy great colonial cuisine and a lively ambiance. But if your appetite yearns for a no-nonsense meal in more humble surroundings, squeeze into tiny Tascardoso where the homemade food is simple but wholesome.