What to Expect
The white table clothes instantly give it away that this restaurant is all about fine dining. The menu is littered with Portuguese seafood, and head chef Rodrigues takes traditional Portuguese dishes and adds his own contemporary spin. There are three different taster menus to choose from each boasting delicious dished including smoked river fish, fresh goat cheese and roe bread stew.
How to Get Here
Feitoria sits a little outside of the city but is well worth the drive. It’s accessible from central Lisbon by public transport in under 40 minutes and by taxi in under 25 minutes. Although the restaurant is located inside the Altis Belem Hotel, you don’t need to be staying here to make a reservation.