Cuisine: Continental, European, Mediterranean, Portuguese
The lunch menu at this fashionable eatery lists entradas such as tomato salad with braised feta cheese and main dishes including succulent strips of black pork with sweet potato puree. The choice... Read More
The lunch menu at this fashionable eatery lists entradas such as tomato salad with braised feta cheese and main dishes including succulent strips of black pork with sweet potato puree. The choice ingredients and imaginative presentation sets the standard for what has become one of the city's top-notch gourmet hotspots, which perhaps is no surprise as its executive chef Hugo Dias designs the menus. Dias has worked with the likes of Edwin Vinke at his Michelin two-star Kromme Watergang restaurant in the Netherlands and with Heinz Beck at the acclaimed Gusto in Portugal's Algarve. Together with a young and dynamic team, Dias has played a significant role in shaping Tabik into a funky and creative place to eat. One of the most rewarding ways to savour his work is to linger over the tasting menu one evening while slowly digesting the atmosphere. Diners can also choose from an exciting à la carte option. The wine list excels in its range.
- Fine Dining: "The Tabik Bar serves drinks everyday from 10.30 to midnight. Baristas André Reis and Nuno Figueiredo are both famed for their mixology skills and resulting cocktails."
- Best for Fine Dining Because: Centrally located on Lisbon's main thoroughfare, Tabik effortlessly combines culinary wizardry with hip interior design and cool, bow-tied staff.