From neighbourhood churrascarias to great fish restaurants and markets, the Portuguese capital has plenty to offer foodies. Share your favourites
There’s a lot more to Portuguese cuisine than grilled sardines and custard tarts but, done well, that’s a great start. Lisbon has abundant cafes, food markets and some excellent restaurants. Let us know about your favourite experience of eating in the city, whether it’s an old classic or a new find.
Send us a tip via GuardianWitness, with as much detail as you can (including website, names of dishes and prices) in around 100 words.