Cervejaria Ramiro

Lisbon, Portugal

While a ‘cervejaria’ is traditionally a place to drink beer, Cervejaria Ramiro – which has been around since the 1950s – also serves up what is arguably the best seafood in Lisbon. Sometimes it gets so busy guests must take numbered tickets and wait their turn – perhaps the effect of a glowing recommendation from the late Anthony Bourdain. The charmingly retro, no-frills dining room boasts seascape murals on the wall and a large lobster tank. From goose barnacles to clams in garlic sauce, everything is cooked to perfection and served up without a shred of pretension.

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Avenida Almirante Reis 1, Intendente, Lisbon, 1150-007 Lisboa