Rua do Alecrim, 701200-018 Lisboa
It is one of the great novelties of last year. The former Barão de Quintela Palace offers approximately 1000m2 of space dedicated to gastronomy, where the scenery is made of rooms with detailed ceilings, frescoed walls, stained glass windows and large marble staircases. This palace from the 18th century was the residence to great figures of the Portuguese aristocracy, including General Junot, during the first French invasion.
A luxury food court and new gastronomic concept consisting of seven dining outlets, spread over centenary rooms, full of frescos, vaulted ceilings and painted glass windows where you can eat cod dishes (Bacalhau Lisboa), boards of aged meat (Meat Bar), Portuguese cheese boards and sausages (DeLisbon), gluten-free and lactose-free and vegetarian food (Local Chiado), fusion sushi and Asian food (Sushic Chiado), or convent sweets and Davvero ice cream (Confeitaria do Palácio).