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

8.9/10
Average price €30accept Yums
2,274 reviews

Restaurant menu

Chef’s recommendations Renato Bonfim

Average price €30 Special request
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Scores & Reviews

8.9/10
Fabulous
based on 2274 reviews
  1. James C.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Great food (we had the pumpkin risotto and osso buco which were both delicious). Fun people that work there (everyone seemed like they were really happy to be there and took pride in the entire experience). Atmosphere is eclectic and hip. All in the center of Lisbon in Rossio. Prices were reasonable.

  2. Georgia D.
    • one review
    4.5/10

    We were so excited to try Bastardo after reading great reviews online. The cocktails were really impressive but the food was awful. I ordered the beef tenderloin- this came as a bowl of soggy chips (not homemade) in garlic butter, with a steak banged on top and a fried egg. For €18 I was expecting something a little more impressive, no flavour and came with 2 olives and a carrot which seemed odd. My partner had the cod which he said was okay but again for the price you are paying we expected something really different and exciting from our experience. Wouldn’t recommend this restaurant as we found it was a waste of money for poor quality food.

  3. Luciana S.
    • 3 reviews
    9/10

    Amazing atmosphere and unique, beautifully presented dishes. Highly recommend.

  4. Heather C.
    • one review
    5.5/10

    We were really excited to try this place based on all of the positive reviews, unfortunately it did not live up to the hype. First, I’ll say the servers were excellent, very friendly and welcoming, they seemed to be trying to make the best of the night as it seemed busier than they had anticipated. We waited 45 minutes for our starters. We were offered an amuse-bouche during our wait, which was a nice gesture. However, they had apparently run out of French fries and had switched them for a thinly sliced fried root chip for the steak tartar starter, in addition, we had the tomato soup, which was very tasty. We also heard the servers throughout the room letting other guests know they were having to have their starter and main dishes switched out due to the kitchen being out of several items, and it seemed others had the same wait time we did. When our entrees arrived, the temperature of the Inglorious Bastard was well done, when it was requested to be medium, in addition, the pumpkin risotto was good, but it was swimming in butter and was too hot to eat right away. At that point, we were ready for our meal to end and decided to eat what we had. Food quality wasn’t quite what we were expecting and at the price we paid for the meal, it was definitely not worth the wait. Offering to even take one drink off the price would have been a nice gesture. Perhaps it was an off night, however we left disappointed and don’t plan to return.

  5. Gabriele T.
    • one review
    10/10

    Gorgeous ????????

  6. Petri S.
    • one review
    10/10

    Excellent service, great private atmosphire and really good dishes, recommand this place.

  7. Josh L.
    • one review
    10/10

    The service and food was amazing

  8. Brad G.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    The food was very inventive and delicious. The wait staff was attentive.

  9. Joshua W.
    • one review
    9/10

    Great Cuisine and compositions that are very mature and well balanced in taste.

  10. David W.
    • 3 reviews
    6/10

    Lovely space. A waitress who worked hard for us. Although they sell themselves as being “different,” the food was actually quite ordinary. No real interesting or special flavors.

  11. Kathleen B.
    • 2 reviews
    8.5/10

    Food was exceptional! Cocktails were yum. Service was a bit slow though, took at least 20mins to get a drink ordered. It was busy however. Cool space as well, obviously trying to a restaurant with superb food without being pretentious. Good work.

  12. Yevgeniy F.
    • 10 reviews
    10/10

    Creative Portuguese cuisine, fresh local ingredients, well prepared and presented.

  13. Nicola M.
    • one review
    10/10

    One of the hidden gems of Lisbon! Innovative and thoughtful flavours, with spectacular presentation. Don't miss the shrimp and foie entree - it'll change your life!

  14. Johanna S.
    • one review
    10/10

    This was our second time at Bastardo and again we were very impressed with the unique and cool style and atmosphere of the place, the attentive and super friendly staff and most of all the creative and extremely delicious food - all the way from the amuse bouche to the bread basket. It is not cheap for Portuguese standards but I‘m sure in Germany I would pay significantly more for this quality. If I lived in Lisbon, I would come here all the time!

  15. Franklin Z.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    By far the best and most creative meal we've had in Lisbon (N=7), and the best value. This is really high-level food. We had the octopus entree, two appetizers (shrimp with foie gras and codfish carpaccio with chickpeas), and the lemon and cinnamon mouselline with chocolate and dulce de leche. Amazing.

  16. Callum m.
    • 2 reviews
    8/10

    Great service, best in Lisbon we had on our trip. Staff very friendly and all spoke good English. Food was hit and miss some dishes such as turbot and creme brûlé were excellent others just ok such as pork dish. For price paid all dishes should really have been excellent hence full marks not given. Mr shrimp dish cooked at table also looked a bit raw and lacked flavour despite being steamed in rosmerary and thyme and table which was good theatre.

  17. Sarah H.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    Great location with friendly informative service. The food lived up to the PR with some interesting twists. The sommelier was knowledge on the wines.

  18. Peter D.
    • one review
    10/10

    The most creative, quality cuisine we have enjoyed for months. Only one reservation: desserts a tad fussy with too many elements.

  19. Dan L.
    • one review
    10/10

    Really good food, very friendly staff. Very recommended

  20. Magali B.
    • one review
    9/10

    We were there for my husband's birthday and we received champagne and cake. thank you so much

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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