Shrimp, crab or lobster? Seven ideal seafood restaurants in Lisbon

When entering a seafood restaurant and looking at the large windows where, on the ice, the most diverse seafood glisten, the most difficult thing is to choose, As a snack or as a main meal, shrimp, prawns, clams, whelks, crab, crayfish, lobster or lobster will win over any diner. Follow the suggestions of Good Bed Good Tableorder napkins and enjoy the proposals of these seven breweries and seafood restaurants in Lisbon.

Ramiro Brewery

Ramiro Brewery
Clams, conquilhas, Espinho shrimp, Algarve prawns, crayfish, prawns, blue crab, oysters, barnacles… The seafood list is long and varied, with availability dictated by freshness. The service pace is fast, as befits an ultra-busy brewery. During the pandemic, Cervejaria Ramiro created the possibility of delivery, but it is in the restaurant that you feel the frenzy of the kitchen, the usual toasted bread doesn’t run out and that “dessert” that finishes off the seafood well, the “Prego do lombo” arrives. ”. It is recommended to arrive early and be patient to face the long queue, as they do not accept reservations. Average price €35.
Avenida Almirante Reis, 1-H, Lisbon. Tel. 218851024

Liberty Brewery

Liberty Brewery

Liberty Brewery
The “Plateau de Marisco Cervejaria”, with six oysters, a crab shell, 200g of cooked shrimp, clams à Bulhão Pato, is perfect for sharing, but the ex-libris of the house is the “Plateau de Marisco Avenida”, more composed , with four oysters from Setúbal, four oysters from the Algarve, a cooked crab, 300g of cooked shrimp, and clams à Bulhão Pato. On the menu, of course, you will find “oysters from the Algarve and Setúbal”, “Sapateira”, “Tiger shrimp”, “Lavagante”, and “Lobster”, sold by weight. As the traditional prego is not available at Cervejaria Liberdade, you can always end up with a “Beer sirloin steak with homemade fries”. Average price €45.
Avenida da Liberdade, 185, Lisbon. Tel. 933001457

Nunes Real Marisqueira

Nunes Real Marisqueira

Nunes Real Marisqueira
The “Mista de Mariscos” is for 2 people and includes “Lobster”, “Crayfish”, “Cobbler”, “Perceves”, “White prawn”, “Costa shrimp”, “Real prawn”, “Oysters” and “Clams to Bolhão Pato”. If hunger is low, try yourself with a few “Puntilhitas”, with the “Gambas Al Ajillo”, or with the “Casco de santola”. You can also taste some “Scallops”, “Shrimp Fried”, “Carabineiro” or “Canilhas” in addition to various types of “Gamba” and “Shrimp”. For something different, try the “Cavaco”, the “Grilled Tiger Shrimp” or the “Basque Lobster”. From time to time, on the Nunes Real Marisqueira menu, there are “Bruxas”. All seafood is sold by weight. Average price €40.
Rua Bartolomeu Dias, 112, Lisbon. Tel. 213019899

Ribadouro Brewery

Ribadouro Brewery

Ribadouro Brewery
It will be 75 years old in 2022 and since the day it opened doors, it has assumed itself as “The corner of the snack”. It gained fame for its proximity to Parque Mayer, and for the artistic community that frequented it, with gatherings that lasted all night. But she also became known for the seafood served, many raised in her own aviaries. On the menu at Cervejaria Ribadouro, the appetizer proposal is based on “Amêijoa à bulhão pato” and “Recheio de sapateira” assumed as “The most traditional and tasty recipe for clams in Portugal”. As for shellfish, choose from the fish farm the “Lavagante” or the “Sapateira”, served cooked with the stuffing on the side, or the “Tiger shrimp” prepared with salt or on the grill. If you fancy it more, the right choice is “Mariscada à Ribadouro”, which includes five varieties of fresh seafood, with a choice of options. Average price €45.
Avenida da Liberdade 155, Lisbon. Tel. 213549411

Seafood the Palace

Seafood the Palace

Seafood the Palace
As the name implies, they assume that here, “seafood is king”. It opened in 1980 and in the last year it was extended to the square in front, where an esplanade offers a refreshing shade at the end of the day. As soon as you enter, the temptation begins to fall, such is the variety of seafood in the windows of the small corridor that leads to the tables. With some variations, at Marisqueira o Palácio there is always “Lavagante” and “Lobster” with “Glutão Sauce”, “Grilled Tiger Shrimp” with “Special Sauce”, “Cadelinhas” and “Ameijoas” with “House-style Sauce”, “Cobbler” and “Santola” with stuffed hull, “Burriés”, “Navalheiras”, “Crayfish” and “Canilhas”. Average price €45.

Rua Prior do Crato, 142, Lisbon. Tel. 213961647

Lis seafood restaurant

Lis seafood restaurant

Lis seafood restaurant
It was founded in 1973, and seeks to stand out for its own fishponds, for the service and for the freshness of its seafood. They also offer private parking, an advantage in this part of the city. But the important thing is what arrives at the table, coming from the aforementioned own aviaries, or from the aquariums that help with the decoration. “Lobster” and “Lavagante” are the stars of the menu, where you can also find “Brown Barrels”, “Canilha”, “Shrimp from Porto”, “Oysters”, “Conquilha”, “Berbigão” or “Shrimp de Espinho”. At Marisqueira do Lis there is also “Giant Tiger Shrimp”, and four options of “Seafood Mix”, one with “Lobster” and “Lavagante”. Average price €40.
Avenida Almirante Reis, 27, Lisbon. Tel. 218850739

Pinocchio

Pinocchio

Pinocchio
After the remodeling works, which gave it a different address, they returned to Largo dos Restauradores, where they opened their doors for the first time in 1982. Today it is more modern, more functional, but maintains the excellence of the service and the freshness of the seafood. , which make getting a table difficult. At Pinocchio, choose a grilled “Lobster”, or a “Lavagante” or choose from the menu, by weight, “Carabineiros”, “Sapateira”, “Gambas da costa”, “Gambas à la plancha”, “Gambas Malaganha”, that is, served peeled, only with the head and fried, “Gambas tigre na brasa” or “à lá plancha”, “Clams à Bulhão Pato” or “In the coffee maker à Pinocchio”, made with steam and even “Spanish Clams” Average price €45.

Restauradores Square, 79, Lisbon. Tel. 213465106

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