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Taberna da Rua das Flores

Small taverns with daily menus chalked on the door used to line the streets of Lisbon, but unfortunately, most of them are long gone. Taberna da Rua das Flores opened in the Chiado a little over ten years ago, and since then, it’s become one of the main attractions in the city because of its old-school style. 

You won’t find many locals here—there are only ten tables inside the narrow space, which are typically scooped up by travelers who waited in line to put their name down on the list before the restaurant opens at 6pm. But still, the food is excellent, and no dish is over €20. Plan to get there as early as 5pm to get on the list, and go with someone who wants to share things like codfish with chickpeas, seared beef cubes called pica pau, smoked artichokes, and stingray.

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