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Prado In Lisbon – Farm to Table Dining In Baixa

See what it’s like to eat at Prado, a modern farm-to-table restaurant in Baixa. The restaurant provides a fresh take on locally sourced Portuguese food in a sleek urban setting.

Prado in Lisbon

Prado, which means meadow in Portuguese, hit our radar soon after we moved to Lisbon in 2019.

Open since 2017 and located at the foot of Alfama just off Rua da Madelena, the Lisbon restaurant has a lively vibe in a chic vaulted space. Its dining room buzzes at night and glows with sunlight during the day.

Food At Prado

Razor Clams from Above at Prado in Lisbon
Prado sourced these razor clams from the Algarve and topped them with seaweed butter.

Chef António Galapito has crafted an eclectic menu filled with seasonal products sourced throughout Portugal. This is not typical tasca food. Prado was one of Lisbon’s first upscale restaurants to serve shareable farm to table plates as well as shareable sea to table plates which it still does today.

Galapito has reworked and rethought classics like Portuguese octopus – daring to top the cooked cephalopod with a thin layer of fatty sliced pigs head. In all honesty, the dish looks like something out of an interstellar horror movie. However, the extra layer of fat somehow works here, enriching and propelling every bite of the already tender octo to a level of luxury.

Octopus at Prado in Lisbon
Topped with pig’s head and served with spinach purée, this grilled octopus was a flavorful addition to our mid-day meal.

Desserts are as eclectic as the savory fare. This is a restaurant that serves moscatel grape sorbet and mushroom ice cream instead of typical chocolate and vanilla flavors.

Beyond food, Prado offers a diverse wine menu filled with organic, biodynamic and natural bottles from all over Portugal with a focus on wines produced near Lisbon. The restaurant also serves non-alcoholic beverages including hot coffee drinks crafted with locally roasted beans.

Prado is located at Travessa Pedras Negras 2, 1100-404 Lisboa, Portugal.

Prado FAQs

What’s the best way to secure a reservation at Prado?

Making an online reservation is the easiest option and can be done via the restaurant’s website for groups up to six people. You need to email the restaurant at for larger reservations. Also, note that Prado requires a credit card number and charges a no-show fee.

How much does a meal at Prado cost?

Prado’s plates currently range in price from 3.5€ to 26€. Bread service is 4.50€ and desserts range from 6.50€ to 9€. As always, prices are subject to change.

Is tipping necessary at Prado?

No. Tipping is optional in Portugal.

What’s the dress code at Prado?

Prado doesn’t have a dress code. We recommend smart casual attire.

What’s the best way to get to Prado?

Despite what your map may advise, give yourself 10 to 15 minutes to walk from either the Rossio or Baixa-Chiado metro stations. Other options include walking, buses, taxis and car services.

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We self-funded our multiple meals at Prado.

Original Publication Date: April 8, 2023