Not easy to find and certainly not a restaurant that immediately springs to mind when seeking a place to eat in Lisbon. But A Gina is a huge draw for Portuguese families, where they tuck into hearty... Read More
Not easy to find and certainly not a restaurant that immediately springs to mind when seeking a place to eat in Lisbon. But A Gina is a huge draw for Portuguese families, where they tuck into hearty local fare presented on earthenware plates. The interior is traditionally styled and the ambiance rustic and informal. More tables are set across an outside terrace – prime seating during the warm summer months. Diners with children are especially made a fuss of, and kitchen can provide half portions for younger mouths. Expect dishes like cabrito assado no forno (oven roasted kid) and bacalhau à lagareiro (baked cod), among other Portuguese favourites. The wine list is an interesting read.
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- Daily Noon-11:30pm
- Hours May Vary Seasonally
- Family Friendly: "Parque Mayer is Lisbon's old "theatre land", an area situated behind Avenida da Liberdade. The restaurant is located near Teatro Maria Vitória but hidden behind the recently refurbished Cine Teatro Capitol."
- Best for Family Friendly Because: The local flavour and familiar ambiance found at A Gina makes for an authentic Portuguese night out for locals and visitors alike.