Flatiron, rejoice! Grab some: red-snapper crudo, piri-piri chicken and tons of beers and wines. The rustic place belongs to Michelin-starred chef Mendes, paying tribute to local eateries of Lisbon. Supposed to be a convivial neighborhood eatery, it's approachable and serving comfort food.
The charcuterie station is at the dining bar in the center of the room, it serves cured ham and snack bites bites. Refreshing drinks are paired with food of this restaurant designed by Créme (Red Farm and Danji), paying homage to Portuguese taverns with tiles, decorated by objects collected by Mendes himself in his travels. Mendes is famous for Iberian restaurant ALDEA, which earned him a Michelin star in the past.