Kid-friendly restaurants in Lisbon that will delight parents too!
Here we reveal cool addresses for restaurants in Lisbon that are child-friendly and also please parents. Every single one was visited by us personally and found to be good. Raise the curtain on our insider tips for restaurants in Lisbon.
Insider tip for the tastiest breakfast in Lisbon
Café Comoba is a small café at the foot of the old town with a small terrace at the back of the café. The breakfast is wonderful. Delicious smoothies, banana bread, cinnamon buns or even muesli make the start of the day perfect. We can especially recommend the matcha pancakes with berry topping, they taste simply heavenly. There are children’s chairs and simply enough space.
Gourmet cuisine where kids are spoiled!
Pateo – Bairro do Avillez – is one of the restaurants in Lisbon that is a real insider tip for families. The restaurant was created by a Portuguese gourmet chef and reinterprets classic dishes in a whole new way. Big and small fish lovers are in good hands there! If the kids are not so enthusiastic about it, there is also homemade pizza. Painting materials, highchairs, etc. will be at your table in no time.
Warm Pasteis de Nata and park visit in Belem!
The famous Pasteis de Bélem are on everyone’s lips. We love the custard tarts with puff pastry. Every time we visit Lisbon, we eat them while they are still warm right in the park across the street with a playground. There we take a breather and enjoy the shade of the trees and the real Lisbon with children.
Coolest flair of Lisbon at the Quiosque with playground
Directly at the Time-Out Market there is a so-called Quiosque (kiosk). This is really one of our favorite places in Lisbon with children. In the late afternoon you can enjoy a delicious drink. Meanwhile, the kids play on the fenced playground right next to it. Everyone is having a great time!
Dinner with a view
In the evening we prefer to go to Pharmacia. With extraordinary tapas, a view of the water and the sunset, we end the day there quite comfortably. There is no special children’s menu, but everyone is guaranteed to find what they are looking for. There is also a green artificial grass area where the kids can play. When you visit Pharmacia, be sure to take a tour of the interior. There are all kinds of old pharmacy utensils to see. It sounds uninteresting, but it is more spectacular.
Extra tip: If you need an insider’s tip for accommodation besides the restaurants in Lisbon, the Baixa House with kids is the place to be. The pretty apartments are not only centrally located, but the fridge is magically filled every day.