Eating healthful food is a good habit to cultivate, and there are a number of excellent Lisbon restaurants with healthy menus to choose from. Tasty vegan, vegetarian and macrobiotic fare is served at Espaço da Rosa. Seek it out in the city’s Alvalade district. At Kook Chiado the fusion of African and Japanese cuisine combines the nutritional benefits of sushi with the hot spicy flavours of Luanda, the capital city of Angola. But if the Mediterranean is more your scene then you should try the wholesome gastronomy prepared at Open Brasserie Mediterrânica. Here the emphasis is very much on environmental sustainability and the menu lists organic, gluten-free and vegetarian options alongside traditional Portuguese and southern European fare. They only use organic ingredients at In Bocca Al Lupo, but the taste is still pure Italian. Vegetarians and vegans are in for a treat at Jardim dos Sentidos. Actually, this colourful eatery attracts its fare share of non-vegetarians too. Up at Chapitô à Mesa the salads are as impressive as the views over the city. At nearby Princesa do Castelo the menu lists an array of delicious, calorie-busting vegetarian specialities. The same philosophy is upheld at Os Tibetanos. This is arguably the most famous vegetarian restaurant in Lisbon and doubles up as a school of Buddhism. One of the most unusual eateries in the city is Santa Clara dos Cogumelos where the humble and wholesome mushroom is the key ingredient. Meanwhile, another vegetarian restaurant with a well-deserved reputation is Terra – their fresh buffet option is extraordinary!