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Gambrinus: tradition and delicacies

tradition

Since the 1970s, Gambrinus has been one of the top tables in the city.

The restaurant takes its name from two sources: a unique blend of brown and blonde draft beer, and the patron saint of brewers.

In 1964, the architect Maurício de Vasconcelos gave the space a modern look, adding a huge stone fireplace at the back of the main hall, a stained-glass window bearing the image of the patron saint with beer in hand, and rare wood panelling on the walls.

Portuguese wines are available at the bar or in the room, and local dishes are served late into the night: seafood, grilled meat and fish, turbot with broth, but also the famous Eisbein sauerkraut and crepes Suzette. The perfect spot to visit after a show.

Gambrinus
R. das Portas de Santo Antão 23
1150-264 Lisboa

+351 (0)21 342 1466

www.gambrinuslisboa.com

Menu: around 50 EUR

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