Portugal’s oldest restaurant and a landmark of Lisbon’s architecture.

This restaurant is over three centuries old and stands out for its elegant and formal ambience enhanced by stained glass, gilded carving on the walls, dazzling crystal chandeliers and the belle époque and art noveau decorative styles.

The Tavares restaurant, in Lisbon, is a favored venue for chefs and gourmands from around the world. The dishes here are inspired by classic gastronomy, served either à la carte or through a tasting menu.

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Tavares is closed for architecture rehabilitation.
At the moment, we don’t have a date for the reopening.
We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience.