The beautifully restored 1950s dining room perfectly sets the scene for the fine attention to detail and exemplary service that awaits at Varanda. With its contemporary Mediterranean cuisine and views over Eduardo VII Park, it is the restaurant of choice for the local aristocracy, political movers and shakers, movie stars and international jet-setters. Chef Pascal Meynard delights with: starters such as Venere Risotto with lobster and crawfish and Pata Negra emulsion; fish dishes like Monk fish with cardamom, artichoke purée and clementine emulsion; and meat selections such as Roasted veal tenderloin, pumpkin seeds, leek and black truffle stuffed potato. Don’t miss Sunday Brunch—a family ritual for locals and guests alike. One of Lisbon’s top eateries — highly recommended!