Jardim do Príncipe Real
Shaded by a giant cedar tree, Jardim do Príncipe Real is a relaxing shady plaza with an al fresco cafe for watching the world go slowly...
For drinks and light bites with knockout views of the castle and downtown Lisbon, head to the Indo-chic patio at Lost In, shaded by...
Pastelaria São Roque
This wedding cake of a patisserie drips with exquisite azulejos, gold-topped columns and mirrors. Bag a seat in one of the alcoves to...
Rua Dom Pedro V 89-91 · interesting places nearby
Pavilhão Chinês information
Pavilhão Chinês is an old curiosity shop of a bar with oil paintings and model spitfires dangling from the ceiling, and cabinets brimming with glittering Venetian masks and Action Men. Play pool or bag a comfy armchair to nurse a port or an exquisitely mixed classic cocktail. Prices are higher than elsewhere, but such classy kitsch doesn’t come cheap.