Cuisine: European, French, Portuguese
Price Range: $$
Recommended by Michelin, one of the city's finest gourmet hotspots also affords quite possibly the best view of downtown Lisbon from any restaurant terrace. Needless to say, this appealing combination... Read More
Recommended by Michelin, one of the city's finest gourmet hotspots also affords quite possibly the best view of downtown Lisbon from any restaurant terrace. Needless to say, this appealing combination of taste and aesthetics places Tágide in the top tier of romantic dining venues, a reputation it has enjoyed for over thirty years. Housed in an elegantly styled 18th-century building, the restaurant seats up to 100 guests and the most intimate tables are those set out on the verandah (tables by the window have a limited availability and need confirmation on the restaurant's behalf). The menu, conceived by chef Nuno Diniz, acknowledges traditional Portuguese cuisine and regional flavours to produce dishes like sautéed cuttlefish with cucumber and clam rice. The Tágide Tapas & Wine bar, located on the ground floor, offers a more informal dining experience, where guests can enjoy an imaginative range of tasty tapas and appetisers. If the mood takes you, pause here for aperitifs before heading upstairs.
- Best for Romantic Dining, Best Restaurants Because: The views combine rooftop Lisbon with the river, and the fine dining restaurant coupled with the less formal wine bar is an alluring combination.
- Best for Fine Dining Because: Tágide is coupled with the less formal but equally attractive wine and tapas bar.
- Best for Baixa/Chiado's Best Restaurants Because: Haute cuisine with one of the finest â" and romantic â" views in Lisbon makes Tagide a "must try" with foodies.