Silva & Feijó
One of Lisbon’s icons is the fortress like sé , built in 1150 on the site of a mosque soon after Christians recaptured the city from the...
Nonconformist, laid-back Bacalhoeiro shelters a cosy bar and hosts everything from jazz jams (on Sundays) to rock, blues and funk, plus...
The reason this bustling traditional restaurant is always packed around midday is its delicious leitão (suckling pig) sandwich, served...
Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 117 · interesting places nearby
Silva & Feijó information
Planning a picnic? Stop by this beamed store for sheep’s cheese from the Seia mountains, sardine pâté, rye bread, salsichas (sausages) and other Portuguese goodies.