Restaurant Lana Lusa

A Portuguese restaurant whose menu is based on the recipes that its founder Jessica Viveiro received from her grandmother. Naturally, there’s traditional codfish — along with all the other signature dishes, making it effectively a gastronomic embassy.
The interiors are full of objects created by the Portuguese designers: the clay dishware is made by potters from Barcelos, the copper lamps were delivered from Porto — and together with the lighting and trimmings they make Lana Lusa look like a typical Lisbon establishment.
As you leave, make sure to take a box of pastel de nata pastries with you. Doing otherwise would be a grave mistake.