Lisbon is an ancient abode of rich Portuguese cuisine with its own special traditions and culinary recipes, which is famous for its abundance of fish and seafood dishes. Where, if not in restaurants, to get acquainted with the peculiarities of the gastronomic culture of the capital of Portugal? We present the TOP-10 of the best restaurants in Lisbon, each of which has its own exceptional zest that distinguishes it from hundreds of others.
Restaurante Eleven Restaurant is located in downtown Lisbon, surrounded by the lush vegetation of Eduardo VII Park. Huge panoramic windows offer beautiful views of the city and the Tagus River. It is especially nice to dine at a table by the window when Lisbon is spectacularly flooded with evening lights. Continue reading
In terms of the number of attractions, Berlin overtook all German cities. Local gastronomic establishments are also not far behind – their abundance and diversity confuse travelers.
All the best restaurants in Berlin are distinguished by decent national cuisine, original interiors, quality of service and, of course, reviews from grateful customers. Special attention is traditionally attracted to the institutions marked by the Michelin guide – unusual, stylish, memorable. Based on these criteria, we bring to your attention the TOP-10 of the main restaurants in the German capital. Capt´n Schillow The original restaurant in Berlin, in the middle of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, invites you to board the old Capt´n Schillow. Another 22 years ago, this centenary ship plowed the expanses of the Spree River. Such Continue reading
Low-cost cafes of Copenhagen Grød The signature dish of this inexpensive and cozy cafe near the Botanical Garden is … oatmeal! However, this traditional porridge is worth trying. From the menu you can choose oatmeal with caramel sauce, fresh apples or fried almonds and order a cup of excellent coffee. And in the summer – treat yourself to a classic Danish dessert – rødgrød med fløde with berries and cream. There is food in a cafe from 40 to 85 kr.
Ritas Smørrebrød On the same street as the Police Museum (Politimuseet) in Copenhagen there is another cafe where you can eat tasty and inexpensive. Ritas Smørrebrød is, first of all, about 30 varieties of chic smarthrebreds, famous Danish open sandwiches. They are made with fish fillet, chicken, liver Continue reading