Sumary of Where To Eat In Lisbon Now: 9 Top New Restaurants:
- Diners enjoying spider crab at Ofício Luis Ferraz Ever since I moved to Lisbon, I’ve been keeping a list of my favorite restaurants.
- A dish of tomato and squash blossoms at Ofício Luis Ferraz Ofício Ofício, the new, casual project from the team behind the wonderfully intimate fine-dining experience at the Art Gate (another of my favorites from late year) bills itself as a tasco atipico—atypical neighborhood restaurant.
- MORE FOR YOU Dishes at Cavalariça Lisboa, including the famous chicken liver on brioche Luis Ferraz Cavalariça Lisboa Cavalariça chef Bruno Caseiro and pastry chef Filipa Gonçalves (two more Mendes alumnae) never expected to open a restaurant in the posh, seasonal town of Comporta, but that was the opportunity that came along.
- They brought with them some of their classics from the beach town, like the toasted brioche with chicken liver parfait and orange chutney, and pork shoulder croquettes with clam emulsion and mustard, but also added new city dishes and seasonal variations like roasted organic Hokkaido pumpkin with sweet chestnut, barley and buttermilk.
- Fresh, whole foods, of the sort used at SEM Cover/Getty Images SEM Nose-to-tail has been a trendy phrase in the restaurant world for a decade now, but what about gill-to-fin, or root-to-flower?
- Lobo Mau chef Hugo Guerra Bruno Colaço Lobo Mau The under-the-radar Lobo Mau is the endeavor of chef Hugo Guerra, who made a name for himself working at resorts around the country.