Pap'Açorda: "One of Lisbon's best" Pap'Açorda Tip by SonOfLusus

Pap'Açorda, Lisbon: 4 reviews and 1 photos

Pap'Açorda has been one of Lisbon's best and most fashionable restaurants since it opened in the 80s. It attracts a rather pretentious crowd, many from the art world and politics. The açorda dish it is named after is a traditional soupy stew made with bread and seafood, or in this restaurant's case, either cod or shrimp. It also has a huge wine list. The decor is made up of velvet curtains at the entrance and crystal chandeliers, which right upon entering suggests a more expensive place, which it is. But the açorda is worth it. Booking recommended.

Favorite Dish: Shrimp Açorda.

Address: Rua da Atalaia, 57 (Bairro Alto)
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: In the Bairro Alto quarter. Closest metro station: "Baixa-Chiado."
Phone: +351 21 346 48 11
Price: US$31-40
Rating: 5
Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 1, 2005
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