So here you are on your birthday or stag and hen weekend in Lisbon, and you are looking and thinking about some activities to do? How about having fun and exploring little streets full of surprises. We present you Rua Da Moeda Cais Sodre.
Yes, it is tiny. But this little street is buzzing with freshly opened restaurants and great music. The types of restaurants for you to enjoy here are: Austrian, Asian street food, Lebanese, Japanese, Tropical and Portuguese. Most of these places were recently opened and are always full, so make sure you make a reservation before heading to one of your chosen restaurants.
Our top picks for you? We would definitely suggest you pay a visit to the Lebanese restaurant, on Rua Da Moeda Cais Sodre.
Muito BEY is basically what would happen if you took a little corner of Beirut and planted it in Lisbon. They make authentic Lebanese recipes using the freshest Portuguese ingredients. Our specialty is the Mezze – the Lebanese version of snacks.For a truly Beirut experience, sample away: taste from the wide range of dishes, share plates of food, and don?t forget to try our homemade bread.
For an ultimate saussage experience, go to Hansi. Opened in autumn 2015, ?Hansi ? Salsicharia Vienense? brings this Austrian delicacy to Lisbon. They offer a selection of sausages that rivals Vienna, all made using traditional recipes passed down the generations from our family butcher shop in Lower Austria. And on Tuesdays, they have a 2 for 1 deal!
To take a quick trip through Asia, head to SOI. SOI is a restaurant serving Asian street food. From pad thais, ramen, curries and bao, they got it all. And it is delicious. Another delicious thing we recommend you to try is the sangria of beer. Yes you heard that right. And it is lovely. After you are finished eating, you may want to dance it all out.
Lounge Bar is a place perfect for an after dinner buggy, from Tuesday to Sunday open from 10 pm until 4 am. Expect a chilled environment and funky beats. We hope you enjoy this tiny little flavorfull street.