All of Portugal's Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Looking for a delicious meal in Portugal? Check out our list of 28 restaurants that made the Michelin Guide and choose your favourite!
All of Portugal's Michelin-Starred Restaurants
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Portugal is a hub of global cuisine: with influences from its European neighbours and flavours taken from other parts of the world. On your next luxury holiday in Portugal, discover the best food with our guide to the Michelin-star restaurants in Portugal.

Whether you're in search of the best beach bar in Comporta or the best fine dining experience in Portugal's Michelin-star restaurants, we've got you covered.

If you're looking further afield as well, see our list of Michelin-star restaurants in Europe.

How many Michelin-star restaurants are in Portugal?

Portugal's fine-dining scene has come into its own, with award winning Michelin Star chefs from across the world looking to join the ranks of some of the country's most-extolled kitchens. There are 28 Michelin-starred restaurants in Portugal, with 21 of them having 1 star and 7 boasting 2 stars. 

List of Michelin-star restaurants in Portugal

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Discover these 1-Michelin-star restaurants in Portugal

G Pousada

The tasting menu of G Pousada shines a light on the rich produce of the Trás-os-Montes region. Both the restaurant and the terrace boast sweeping views over the city of Bragança and its castle.

Michelin recommends

  • Carabinero and corn
  • Deer with wild mushrooms
  • Chestnut and dark chocolate

Information

Estrada de Turismo, Bragança, 5300-271, Portugal
+351 273 331 493
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A Cozinha

Traditional dishes are lifted into modernity through playful touches of texture and a fine balance of flavours, where each ingredient has its share of the limelight. This unpretentious restaurant is tucked into the folds of this quaint mediaeval town, welcoming all to dine at its tables.

Michelin recommends

  • Mackerel and tomato
  • Minho veal and cauliflower
  • Hazelnut and chocolate

Information

Largo do Serralho 4, Guimaraes, 4800-472, Portugal
+351 253 534 022
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Largo do Paço

In the refined setting of an aristocratic house, Chef Vitor Matos pays homage to traditional Portuguese dishes through his set menu. Each plate is full of the artistic flair of a creative and ambitious chef.

Michelin recommends

  • Algarve shrimp, Thai curry, saffron, black garlic
  • Cherne, you know, chorizo ​​barley and iodized sauce
  • Passion fruit, yuzu, fresh coconut, and ginger

Information

Largo do Paço 6, Amarante, 4600-017, Portugal
+351 255 410 830
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Antiqvvm

Located in the green heart of Porto, this restaurant offers a wonderful fine-dining experience with views of nature and the River Douro. The season's flavours are brought together in harmonious ways, each jostling for position but giving way to the next with seamlessness. 

And if you like the views, see our exclusive guide to visiting the Douro Valley for all the best addresses and attractions in the area.

Michelin recommends

  • Algarve prawns, bacon fat, peas, pantorra, and fennel
  • Coast mullet, sea urchin, codium, and cauliflower
  • Madeira banana and coffee

Information

Rua de Entre Quintas 220, Porto, 4050-240, Portugal
+351 22 600 0445
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Pedro Lemos

Beyond the understated stone facade of Pedro Lemos, you will find a kitchen that explores the region's amalgamation of flavours through ever-changing and considered tasting menus

Michelin recommends

  • Duck foie gras, gingerbread, and pear
  • Tuna, mushrooms, and dashi
  • Banana, lavender, and barbeque pearls

Information

Rua do Padre Luis Cabral 974, Foz do Douro, 4150-459, Portugal
+351 22 011 5986
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Mesa de Lemos

Mesa de Lemos is a modern structure that melds into the bucolic setting of vines and lavender. Chef Diogo Rocha produces fresh, contemporary cuisine that traverses the globe. Paired with ambrosial wines and set against a stunning backdrop, this is one of our favourite Michelin-star restaurants Portugal has to offer.

Michelin recommends

  • From Iceland: the cod
  • From Viseu: the hazelnuts
  • From Our Garden: the fruit

Information

Quinta de Lemos, Passos de Silgueiros, 3500-541, Portugal
+351 961 158 503
mesadelemos.com

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Fifty Seconds

From the heights of the Vasco de Gama tower, you will feel like you're dining on a cloud. Spanish Chef Martin Berasategui promises gustatory pleasure in a sleek setting.

Michelin recommends

  • Vegetable, herb and petal salad, sprouts with lettuce puree and king crab
  • Milk lamb with parmesan whey, wild mushrooms, and smoked eggplant puree
  • Caramelised toast and coffee ice cream

Information

Cais das Naus, Lisbon, 1990-173, Portugal
+351 21 152 5380
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Eleven

Eleven is inimitably elegant and light with views spilling down to the gardens of Amália Rodgrigues. Equally bright and attractive cuisine is whisked from the kitchen to your table with a flourishing finish. 

Michelin recommends

  • Duck foie gras, ewe plum and soy
  • Lobster with sea potatoes and caviar
  • My version of the custard tart with its spout

Information

Rua Marquês de Fronteira, Lisbon, 1070-051, Portugal
+351 21 386 2211
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EPUR

EPUR is filled with thrills, as French Chef Vincent Farges guides you through his single surprise menu. Each experience in EPUR is different, so stay on your toes. While the menu is everchanging, keep an eye out for the following spectacular dishes.

Michelin recommends

  • Carabineiro, combava, manga
  • Fish of the day, broccoli, shellfish, with a vinegar sauce
  • Chocolate, raspberry, and lemon verbena

Information

Largo of the National Academy of Fine Arts 14, Lisbon, 1200-005, Portugal
+351 21 346 0519
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100 Maneiras

Bosnian Chef Ljubomir Stanisic's cuisine is a personal adventure, with influences from his birth country and his adopted country making their way onto his menu in 100 inventive ways.

Michelin recommends

  • Orient express: chalota pickle, baba ganoush, and papadum
  • The Last Supper: cow's head, horseradish, kupus and somun bread
  • Stone, paper, or scissors: fermented garlic, white chocolate, and passion fruit

Information

Rua do Teixeira 39, Lisbon, 1200-459, Portugal
+351 910 918 181
100maneiras.com

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Loco

With its open kitchen and single dining room, Loco makes each guest feel part of the fine-tuned process of turning local ingredients into Michelin-starred plates

Michelin recommends

  • Corn tart, grilled chicken hearts, and chicken liver foam
  • Roosterfish confit in butter, courgettes marinated in vinaigrette, bergamot naje, and "caviar" from its roe
  • Tomato jam and strawberries macerated in vanilla oil, tougarashi, toasted oat kakigori, strawberry and red chilli reduction, with caramelised oat flakes

Information

Rua dos Navegantes 53 B, Lisbon, 1200-731, Portugal
+351 21 395 1861
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Eneko Lisboa

With two dining rooms, Eneko Lisboa pays tribute to Basque cuisine, and showcases the skills of Spanish Chef Eneko Atxa, whose other restaurant near Bilbao boasts three stars.

Michelin recommends

  • Roasted and peeled lobster, sauce, coffee butter, and red onion from Zalla
  • Oxtail in bread crust, vegetable broth, and Idiazabal bonbons
  • Avocado and mango

Information

Rua Maria Luisa Holstein 13, Lisbon, 1300-388, Portugal
+351 912 411 863
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Feitoria

Feitoria showcases a culinary praise of the sea, with fish and ingredients from local producers gracing each dish. Feitoria is one of the more creative and stylish Michelin-star restaurants Portugal has to offer.

Michelin recommends

  • Lobster, moamba de gingube, and onion
  • Red mullet, burnt salmon rice, and shellfish
  • Alcobaça apple, yogurt, honey, and nuts

Information

Bom Sucesso Dock, Lisbon, 1400-038, Portugal
+351 21 040 0208
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Midori

Midori melds together the Portuguese influences of the sea, France, and Spain with a Japanese spirit. Local fish and flavours are fused into lip-smacking Japanese dishes.

Michelin recommends

  • Cod and coriander miso soup
  • Tongue stuffed with miso and shiso spread
  • Abbot prisco pudding with katsuobushi and fresh herb slush

Information

Estrada da Lagoa Azul, Sintra, 2714-511, Portugal
+351 21 924 9011
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Lab by Sergi Arola

Sergi Arola, the celebrity Spanish chef, channels both art and science in his carefully executed cuisine, where textures are bound to intrigue. The floor-to-ceiling views of the golf course are the proverbial cherry on the cake at Lab.

Michelin recommends

  • Quinta de Penha Longa, cured yolk, caviar and hay
  • Pollo y bogavante, country chicken stew, blue lobster and vegetables
  • Sintra's Mountain

Information

Estrada da Lagoa Azul, Sintra, 2714-511, Portugal
+351 21 924 9011
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Fortaleza do Guincho

New life is given to traditional Portuguese favourites in Fortaleza do Guincho. This fortress-like restaurant boasts sweeping vistas over the sea. The wine list is extensive. 

Michelin recommends

  • Carabineiro, algarve, agrión and citrinos
  • Fishhook sea bass, cabbage and Portuguese-style stew broth
  • São Jorge cheese pudding and plums

Information

Guincho Beach, Guincho Beach, 2750-642, Portugal
+351 21 487 0491
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Vistas Rui Silvestre

Chef Rui Silvestre invites his guests to savour his sophisticated and delicate food that is made accessible to all. The terrace is a must during the summer. 

Michelin recommends

  • Blue lobster, tomato marmalade, celery, and imperial caviar
  • Roasted mullet, onion, crayfish, and harissa compote
  • Chocolate Guanaja 70%, coffee, and yuba

Information

Site of Pocinho, Vila Nova de Cacela, 8900-907, Portugal
+351 281 950 950
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Gusto

With Chef Heinz Beck at the helm, Gusto manages to write new lyrics to the never-ending ode to the fruits of the sea. Even the most seasoned foodies will be given pause for thought.

Michelin recommends

  • Foie gras tureen with peas, lemon and mint gel
  • Pigeon on roasted onion puree, red fruits and basil
  • Ricotta and pistachio

Information

Road from Vale do Lobo to Quinta do Lago, Almancil, 8135-106, Portugal
+351 289 350 700
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Bon Bon

Proud of the flavours of the Algarve, the chef seeks to find new and innovative ways to showcase his much-loved region's cuisine. The result is imaginatively presented food that captures the best of southern Portuguese cuisine.

Michelin recommends

  • Carabineiro cauldron
  • Sole, Cauliflower, Piglet Belly
  • Cherry

Information

Estrada de Sesmarias, Lagoa, 8400-525, Portugal
+351 282 341 496
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Vista

Teetering on the edge of the Atlantic, Vista's bright and airy interior and spacious terrace gaze out over the sea. Here, fish and seafood take centre stage in a delightful gustatory performance. 

Michelin recommends

  • Mackerel, green olives, pepper
  • Carabineiro, organic tomatoes, chamomile
  • Almond, Monchique honey, spices

Information

Avenida Tomás Cabreira, Portimao, 8500-802, Portugal
+351 282 460 280
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William

On the island region of Madeira, William is an elegant and intimate restaurant in a breathtaking setting. Local products take the form of traditional European recipes with a contemporary twist

Michelin recommends

  • Foie gras stuffed with Bual, banana chutney, truffle, honey cake crumble
  • Lamb duo with beluga herb and lentils crust
  • Banana, coconut and arboreal tomato

Information

Estrada Monumental 139, Funchal, 9000-098, Portugal
+351 291 717 171
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Casa de Chá da Boa Nova

Casa de Cháda Boa Nova is a seaside paradise, perched on the rocks that are lapped against by the Atlantic. In the unpretentious setting, local cuisine is presented to guests with passion and creativity.

Michelin recommends

  • Oyster and tuna
  • Squid Chanel
  • Late harvest

Information

Avenida da Liberdade, Leça da Palmeira, 4450-705, Portugal
+351 22 994 0066
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The Yeatman

The Yeatman flows with the bounty of each season, crafting mesmeric tasting menus with the changing produce available. The wine cellar is one of the finest in the whole of Portugal. 

Michelin recommends

  • Stripe, brood, couscous and pita
  • Piglet, potato, lettuce and white garlic
  • Soft Gaia eggs and chocolate tripe

Information

Rua do Choupelo, Vila Nova de Gaia, 4400-088, Portugal
+351 22 013 3100
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Belcanto

Beneath the high-vaulted ceilings of an old convent in Lisbon, you will drift into a daze at the hands of one of the best fine-dining experiences in Portugal. Turn this into a visual spectacle as well as gustatory by opting for a seat at the chef's table.

Michelin recommends

  • Blue lobster curry with double chin and cod samosas, apple, coriander and basil sprouts
  • Sea bass with avocado, salsify, razor clam and dashi
  • Egg and lemon candy

Information

Rua Serpa Pinto 10, Lisbon, 1200-410, Portugal
+351 21 342 0607
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Alma

Local, international, and Mediterranean cuisine takes pride of place on this ever-changing and diverse menu. The warm glow of the interior has an allure that makes each dish feel like an entirely personal encounter.

Michelin recommends

  • Sauteed foie gras, apple, granola, beets, coffee
  • Confit suckling pig, greens, sour onion, peppers jus
  • Chocolate and salted caramel bomb

Information

Rua Anchieta 15, Lisbon, 1200-023, Portugal
+351 21 347 0650
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Vila Joya

Chef Dieter Koschina's perfectionism does nothing to detract from the natural ease that shines through in each dish. Modernity is bestowed upon classical dishes of Central Europe in intriguing and beguiling ways.

Michelin recommends

  • Atlantic lobster, finger lime, passion fruit
  • Red mullet, potato vinaigrette, imperial caviar
  • Laranja, chocolate, yuzu

Information

Estrada da Galé, Albufeira, 8200-416, Portugal
+351 289 591 795
vilajoya.com

Ocean

Vibrant dishes bursting with textures and colour, along with the blue and bleached interior, capture the essence of the season's produce, particularly of the ocean. The sweeping views are an unrivalled accompaniment to the exquisite food. 

Michelin recommends

  • Boiled, Savoy cabbage, imperial caviar, and smoked eel
  • limpet rice, sole, São Jorge cheese
  • Chocolate from Diogo Vaz's farm, coconut, and caroceiro

Information

Rua Anneliese Pohl, Porches, 8400-450, Portugal
+351 282 310 100
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Il Gallo d'Oro

The modern cuisine of Il Gallo d'Oro seeks to maximise the potential of each flavour, and ingredient. This Madeiran restaurant also flaunts fantastic views through the treetops down the Atlantic below. 

Michelin recommends

  • Island trout, coconut jelly and yuzu pearl
  • Organic chicken and vegetables from our garden
  • Banana XPTO

Information

Estrada Monumental 147, Funchal, 9004-532, Portugal
+351 291 707 700
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