Family Friendly Restaurants in Lisbon
With over 4,000 restaurants listed in Lisbon according to TripAdvisor, it’s easy to get lost with some much variety of food in different areas of the city. Finding the right place to eat with children is equally a challenge unless you go for a Pizzeria of a fast food restaurant. At BabyBreaks, we have researched and found these family-friendly restaurants below so that next time you go in Lisbon, you will already have your list of restaurants instead of going blind whilst wandering in the city. Also take a look at our selection of activities in Lisbon for the perfect stay.
1. Time Out Market (formely known as Mercado da Ribeira)
Re-opened in 2014 as Time Out Market , this massive new food court is one Lisbon’s biggest fresh food market as well. It maybe busy on weekends but it’s worth to go even with a pram or young kids. The venue host more than 30 restaurants, cafes and kiosks to allow everyone to taste different kinds of food. This is one the most popular attractions in the Portuguese capital and the venue has welcome more than 3,6 millions visitors last year.
Phone: +351 21 395 1274
2. Chapitô à Mesa
Chapitô à Mesa is a great tapas bar and restaurant where you can sit inside or outside in a large terrace. The restaurant is located at Chapitô, a performing arts and technics school centre where your kids can admire dancers and acrobats doing their show. Because it is located at the top of a hill in Castelo district, you will enjoy an incredible view of Lisbon and beyond. Definitely worth to book a table for lunch or dinner.
Phone: +351 21 887 5077
3. Café do Rio
Café do Rio may not be the right place to taste Lisba local flavors but this is probably the best joint to enjoy a succulent burger. No suprise there when the restaurant called itself Hamburgeria Gournet. The room is large enough to cater big family eating and is a clear favorite among children and babies. Vegans are also welcome!
Phone:+351 218 868 050
4. Cantinho do Avillez
A trip to Lisbon wouldn’t be complete if you don’t try one of the restaurants of Jose Avillez, the famous Portuguese chef. Cantinho do Avillez is a a good alternative to the Michelin star restaurant Bel Canto as it is informal, relaxed and will please young kids as well. The cuisine, though mostly Portuguese-inspired, is influenced by different cuisines all over the world. You may find on the menu dishes like tagine, tuna tartare, risotto or burger.
Phone: +351 211 992 369
5. APF (A Partilhar Com a Família)
APF is new child friendly restaurant with a kid camp and babysitter. All families can enjoy a relaxing breakfast or lunch or dinner prepared by the chef Grégory. They even started to organise a weekly Yoga session for kids every Wednesday (check their website for more info).
Phone: +351 21 194 7477
So which of these family restaurants in Lisbon will you try next time you’re in town?
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