Cuisine: European, Mediterranean, Portuguese
Crowning the top floor of one of Lisbon's newest hotels is this chic, hideaway eatery. Recently opened, Lumi boasts that most desirable of culinary combinations ¬– a restaurant exuding a romantic... Read More
Crowning the top floor of one of Lisbon's newest hotels is this chic, hideaway eatery. Recently opened, Lumi boasts that most desirable of culinary combinations ¬– a restaurant exuding a romantic vibe blessed with fine views over the city. Actually, there's a third very good reason for booking a table at Lumni: behind the kitchen is acclaimed Portuguese chef João Silva. At Lumi the seasonal menu fuses traditional Portuguese gastronomy with colourful and textured southern European and international flourishes. Ingredients are locally sourced where possible. Guests can expect a showcase cooking experience underpinned by a broad and appealing wine list. While there are set dining hours, Lumi is open all day for drinks and nibbles
- Romantic Dining: "The warmer months sees tables set on the terrace, which looks out over the castle. This really is the place to enjoy a snug, candlelit dinner. But you can also enjoy a cocktail aperitif here any time of the year."
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: Lumi will appeal to foodies and those with a penchant for slick design, and anyone who enjoys enchanting views with their meal.