Last updated: 02/07/2023
Discover Restaurante Amélia Lisboa, a restaurant full of delicacies that is close to the Casa de Fernando Pessoa museum, in the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
AMÉLIA LISBON RESTAURANT
Founded in 2017, Restaurante Amélia Lisboa is located in the Campo de Ourique neighborhood and offers delicious, nutritious and colorful dishes that are served in a relaxed, elegant environment with a unique decor.
It is part of a group of restaurants that was born in 2016 with Nicolau Lisboa Café, located in downtown Lisbon, with the aim of offering healthy and delicious dishes. Currently, the chain has 4 restaurants in Lisbon and a unit in Porto. Are they: Nicholas Lisbon, Amelia Lisbon, basilio lisbon, Olivia Lisbon and Nicholas Porto🇧🇷 See the map of the location of all the restaurants in this link.
AMÉLIA LISBOA RESTAURANT MENU
O menu at Restaurante Amélia Lisboa is very complete with Appetizer, Burgers, Tapiocas, Bowls, pancakes, toast, Eggs, salads and desserts🇧🇷 In addition, the restaurant offers a complete brunch combo and a variety of smoothies, fruit juices, coffees, teas and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant is not vegetarian or vegan, but offers some interesting options on the menu for those who do not consume anything of animal origin. To start, you can ask humus of chickpeas or beets, Guacamole, followed by a Veggie Burger (vegan burger made with chickpeas and sweet potatoes) or a Grain curry with vegetables.
For dessert, sweet rice with coconut and fruit or Brownie of sweet potato with cocoa. Other interesting options are Vegan pancake (with oatmeal, banana and maple syrup) or the Flower Power Bowl (chickpeas, quinoa, beet hummus, spinach, avocado).
OUR EXPERIENCE AT AMELIA LISBOA RESTAURANT
After visiting the beautiful Casa de Fernando Pessoa museum, we went to Amélia Lisboa Restaurant for lunch. As soon as we arrived, we were delighted with the decor of the place. The decor is very different from anything we've seen before, mixing styles and colors. From the name Amélia in neon on a wall, super cool decorative items to a mini fern forest in a super friendly outdoor patio.
We weren't very hungry because we had a great breakfast, but we needed to eat something to continue our wanderings around Lisbon.
We ended up not ordering any starters and just a Veggie Burger each. The chickpea and sweet potato hamburger came with tomato and spinach and on a green bread with grains, very different, very beautiful, nutritious and tasty! To accompany, very dry sweet potato chips. We decided not to order dessert there in order to walk a few minutes to eat the delicious vegan pastel de nata from vegan cream (Rua 4 de Infantaria 29 B, 1350-268 Lisboa, Portugal), a chain of traditional Portuguese dessert shops that only offer vegan products.
Although our visit to Restaurante Amélia Lisboa was quick, it was very interesting. The atmosphere is super cozy, we were very well attended and we ate super well. Now we want to know the other units and discover other delights on the menu.
- Address: R. Ferreira Borges 101, 1350-128 Lisbon, Portugal
- Schedules: Monday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 10:00 pm | from friday to sunday from 8.30 am to 22.30 pm
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