The name of this restaurant on Rua das Flores (flower street) combines the Portuguese word for tavern with the title of a famous novel: Tragedy on Rua das Flores, by the great 19th-century writer Eça de Queiroz.
The Taberna serves traditional home cooking. If you’re adventurous, try the excellent “iscas” (marinated liver). Otherwise, you’ll find many other great choices, such as carrot and coriander soup, pork with sweet potato and zucchini, duck rice, and codfish with chickpeas. The quirky antique furniture helps create an unpretentious atmosphere. Prices are modest, so every meal has an happy ending.
Eça de Queiroz complained, through the words of one of his characters, that Lisbon lacked a fun place to eat supper after the Opera. One century later, this place exists. It is called Taberna da Rua das Flores.
The Taberna is located on Rua das Flores 103, tel. 351 21 347 9418, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 thoughts on “Taberna da Rua das Flores”
I think this place goes down as my absolutely favourite. I love that their menu changes everyday. Everything we had here was so refined. I came back home and still keep making my version of their fresh cheese and honey dessert. Thank you for posting this. 🙂
A little gem indeed! Highly recommended.