Bairro alto restaurant
Whats new at Bairro Alto?
Located in an historic building between Bairro Alto and Chiado, the fantastic Bairro Alto Hotel has recently had some major renovations, but is now back in full swing. And best of all: back with an even better rooftop bar and restaurant than before.
Who is Bairro Alto chef Shay Ola?
After running restaurants in London, Paris and Berlin, chef Shay Ola opened this small venue (no more than 20 seats) in bustling Bairro Alto. He is devoted to, quite literally, cooking with fire – roasting crab legs in miso butter and goat (for delicious tacos) over hot coals. In English, the restaurant’s name means ‘burnt’.
Where to eat in Bairro Alto?
A fantastic representation of Italian cuisine in Lisbon, Casanostra has been operating in Bairro Alto for more than 30 years, serving a huge range of pasta and dishes such as gnocchi, osso buco alla milanese and other icons from the true cucina Italiana. Among the house specialties are rotolo with ricotta and spinach and tagliolini al mascarpone.
What are the best rooftop restaurants in Lisbon?
Called BAHR (Barrio Alto Hotel Restaurant), this 5th floor rooftop venue is a modern and bohemian space. The indoor dining room with open kitchen is beautiful in itself, leading out to an open-air terrace with (maybe) even more beautiful views over Tejo River and the Lisbon rooftops.
What is Bairro Alto in Lisbon?
L iterally “upper neighborhood,” Bairro Alto sits at the top of a hill, and is the most “recent” of Lisbon’s old quarters. Laid out in 1513, it was the city’s first planned district, with a small grid of narrow streets outside the medieval wall that stood where you now see the two churches in Praça Luís de Camões.
Why choose Bairro Alto Hotel?
A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, Bairro Alto Hotel is a pioneer when it comes to 5-star luxury boutique hotels in Portugal. Despite having a touch of modernity and being fully equipped, the rooms at Bairro Alto Hotel translate the city of Lisbon through its textures, colors and materials.
What to do in Bairro Alto?
Bairro Alto was our cool shopping spot during the day with numerous, tiny fashion forward boutiques that are dotted along the narrow streets. By night, my friend and I circled the same areas that had now turned into crowded, fun, and lively bars that were bursting with people hanging out and people watching.
What are the best rooftops in Lisbon?
PARK Bar – One of the most frequented rooftops in Lisbon (with fair reason), PARK is a rooftop parking lot that has been turned into a trendy garden terrace with fantastic views of the city. They serve tapas, meals, cocktails, and offer an exciting mix of live music and DJs. It is perfect for a day sesh or night out.