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Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
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Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Sugestão prato - Bastardo, Lisbon
Vista da sala - Bastardo, Lisbon

Bastardo

Average price €30
2,067 reviews

Restaurant menu

Chef’s recommendations Renato Bonfim

Average price €30 Special request
See à la carte and set menus

Scores & Reviews

8.9/10
Fabulous
based on 2067 reviews
  1. Valentina L.
    • 3 reviews
    8/10

    Nice location and very good food

  2. Timothy R.
    • 4 reviews
    8.5/10

    You can tell a lot of thought is put into the construction of the atmosphere and dishes. I had some moments of ecstasy with some tastes and left confused and yearning on others. Because it was restaurant week, the value was worth it, but I'd be hard pressed to have felt like I had a memorable experience otherwise.

  3. Andy T.
    • one review
    8/10

    The lighting was too bright and the music was contradictory to the setting.

  4. Laura S.
    • one review
    10/10

    Delicious food & drinks! Friendly staff! Would definitely recommend

  5. Marco M.
    • 6 reviews
    9/10

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  6. Richard S.
    • one review
    6/10

    Pretty avarage food. Not flexible when asking for gluten free options or if the could make dishes gluten free.

  7. Alan F.
    • 10 reviews
    8/10

    The dishes we tried looked beautiful and tasted fantastic! The service was good and the team friendly with good advice when needed. The cocktails are pretty different and good, but we we left with the feeling that they were more about the look than the taste.

  8. James D.
    • 4 reviews
    7.5/10

    I was a bit puzzled by BASTARDO. The service was excellent. The location and atmosphere and deco was very nice. The food too was very good. But I would not call the cusine or restaurant a place for “fine dinning” but rather the sort one would call a nice causal home style local restaurant where you order at the counter and eat in or take out.. The prices should reflect that category too. I ordered a salmon salad as starter. It was quite tasty. But it would have been something I could have made at home. As a main I ordered the Chili. Which was just a normal chili con carne. Nothing unusual or special. Again, I could have, and do make that sort of thing at home. Can’t say I wouldn’t go there again. But they should just make it a low key place. As there’s nothing out of the ordinary that would e worth making a special trip to have dinner

  9. Helder M.
    • one review
    10/10

    Excelente !!!! A repetir

  10. Antonietta S.
    • one review
    8/10

    Very different

  11. Juan Carlos F.
    • 9 reviews
    10/10

    Buenisimo!!

  12. Gina D.
    • one review
    10/10

    Awesome restaurant

  13. Diana D.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    Loved the service and the food. Don’t expect a lot of options on the menu, check it out before going, just in case. The paintings in the restaurant are so damn sarcastic, loved it!

  14. Annelyse p.
    • 5 reviews
    10/10

    Very very fency food for a ridiculous price !!! We loved it !!

  15. Gabriele U.
    • 3 reviews
    10/10

    All was good from service to the dishes. We'll back here for sure!

  16. Dorri F.
    • 2 reviews
    9.5/10

    The food was excellent - we were delighted with our interesting meal at Bastardo! Our servers were very friendly: although the restaurant was extremely busy, they always had smiles on their faces. Our first meal in Lisbon was a delicious treat!

  17. Bertrand C.
    • 15 reviews
    9.5/10

    Nice atmosphere, original food and great location!

  18. Natalie F.
    • 3 reviews
    9/10

    A delightfully modern restaurant with lots of space and stylish artwork and furniture. The food is a lovely 'fusion' menu. We had tomato soup with poached eggs and a pesto oil to start (delicious!) followed by steak,fries,ham and a fried egg which was very nice but the steak itself was a little flavourless. The desserts were gorgeous and I'd recommend the Matcha Creme Brulee - salty but sweet, creamy but crunchy and looks like puree peas but tastes like a dream. Food is beautifully presented and the slightly weird cocktails are served in imaginative ways. Staff are friendly and helpful and this place is good value for your €.

  19. Joana R.
    • 10 reviews
    9/10

    The food is great, the staff is very friendly and helpful and the environment is wonderful. Defenitly a place worth a visit.

  20. Mauro L.
    • 2 reviews
    9.5/10

    Ok

Practical information

Opening time

Domingo a 5ª 07:30 às 22:00

6ª e Sábado e vésperas de feriados 07:30 às 23:00

How to get to the restaurant

Rua da Betesga 3, 1100-202, Lisbon, Portugal

Public transport

Metro: Rossio (Verde)

Directions to get there

City center

About the restaurant

Numa das zonas mais prestigiadas da cidade de cidade de Lisboa - o Rossio, encontra-se o Bastardo. Inserido no histórico Hotel Internacional, este restaurante recupera a alma boémia do Hotel e reaviva o esplendor e as tertúlias culturais de uma Lisboa despreocupada que considerava os restaurantes dos hotéis, os melhores e mais distintos locais para os prazeres da mesa ou e troca de ideias.

Com uma decoração requintada e imponente, trata-se de espaço exclusivo: as vistas são soberbas e no seu interior existe o cunho e a experiência da designer Mónica Penaguião, que exalta aqui as influências das suas viagens pelo mundo. Este é de facto um palco de ambiente sofisticado e que inclui marcas como a Designers Guild, Osborne & Little, Pedroso e Osório, a Metalarte, Tom Dixon, entre outras de reconhecido prestígio. Já os quadros dispostos no espaço, são criação da designer gráfica Inês Maldonado. E, é nos detalhes e nos elevados níveis de exigência que o Bastardo se assume e é reconhecido, numa simbiose perfeita entre todos os elementos.

E como personagens principais neste projeto, destacam-se o Aimé Barroyer (o Amigo) que cozinha procurando criar de acordo com a natureza (não forçar, não inventar, não maltratar); o Renato Bonfim (o Chef), tendo já passado por cozinhas de restaurantes conceituados da cidade, contudo, é no Bastardo que equilibra a história e a inovação; e o Alexandre Martins (o Aprendiz de Feiticeiro) que no seu círculo mais restrito também é chamado de Peter Pan, cuja curiosidade o faz procurar novas ideias, reinventando-se. É o responsável pelo nome ""Bastardo"" e vive na procura constante pela perfeição.

Com uma carta que é o resultado da fusão entre o clássico e o moderno, aqui encontra ótimos pratos da cozinha portuguesa e uma mistura de culturas, que vão desde as tachadas da avó a uma cozinha de autor, numa mistura de ingredientes que se recomenda.

No Bar, pode apreciar diferentes cocktails e outras bebidas que são o resultado de uma reconhecida criatividade e combinação de sabores.

Visite o Bastardo para um almoço de negócios, uma refeição entre amigos ou para um memorável jantar a dois. Vai querer voltar.

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Wheelchair Accessible

Free service—Availability confirmed immediately.