The city of Lisbon is home to some of the best restaurants in Portugal. If you’re in search of restaurants that specialise in fusion cuisine and playful flavours, or if you’re simply hungry for something less traditional, check out these international dining options.

While Lisbon tends to be sunny and exciting throughout the year, it’s just as enchanting during rainy season. Rather than cancel your flight due to less than ideal weather, take the opportunity to discover some of the city’s hidden gems.

During the summer, Lisbon tends to be a hotspot for tourists. To enjoy this vibrant, culture-rich city without the crazy crowds, plan for a visit during the springtime.

Home to some of Europe’s finest seafood and a world recognised port, Lisbon’s dining scene has a growing reputation. With three of the city’s restaurants having been awarded their first Michelin star last year, Portugal’s capital goes beyond custard tarts and a strong beverage. LUXOS explore’s Lisbon’s best new restaurants that you must trial.

Light up your Lisbon trip with some aromatic candles at Caza das Vellas Loreto

Walk into a Roald Dahl book in reality, Chocolataria Equador is your Willy Wonka in Lisbon

Buy the feeling of being wrapped around in comfort and 100% wool at CHIcoração, Lisbon

Hidden in a charming park in Lisbon, Sapataria do Carmo is your next favourite shoe store.

Making everything beautiful and in porcelain since 1824, Vista Alegre is your go-to kitchenware store

The embodiment of the Portuguese lifestyle lays deep in fashion, and JANS Concept tries its best to interpret.