Lisbon’s main cruise terminal is at Santa Apolónia, east of the city centre. Restaurants near the cruise port vary in style and in the menus they offer, but all are conveniently located near where international cruise liners visiting the Portuguese capital tie up. Neighbouring the terminal building itself is Casanova, an Italian restaurant with a reputation for baking some of the tastiest thin crust pizzas this side of Rome. On the opposite side of the road up on the hill behind the Santa Apolónia train station is Faz Figura, a noted fine dining venue that has great views across the river. Not far away is A Travessa do Fado, a chic restaurant located next door to the Museu do Fado. Further along the same street is Trigo Latino, known for its South American fare. Bica do Sapato, one of the city’s most fashionable eateries, is sited a short walk from the cruise port building whereas Canto Saudade is a leisurely fifteen minute stroll. Cais da Pedra, arguably the Portuguese capital's trendiest burger bar, is another very good restaurant that’s practically part of the cruise port building. Over the road and into Alfama is Mestre André, a local tasca full of flavour. Further towards the downtown district is quirky Taberna Moderna, known for its gin list. And back alongside the terminal is Deli Delux, a smart eatery that doubles up as a gourmet delicatessen.