Foodies travel from miles around to dine at this relative newcomer, a restaurant that rivals many of the most celebrated Lisbon gastronomic temples for its creative takes on traditional Portuguese cuisine. These might include farinheira with quail egg (so that’s egg with herbs and pork fat), lamb croquettes with mushroom aioli, or braised black pork cheeks. “Mercearia” means grocery shop, and so it is, at the front, meaning diners can take excellent treats with them for the road.
Largo Dragões de Olivença, 84A
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Daily 1–3pm and 7:30–10:30pm Phone 268/33-32-62 Prices Main courses 12€–20€
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