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Boa Cama Boa Mesa 2019 Awarded restaurants

The gastronomy awards are a recognition of excellence given to restaurants that excel in providing exceptional services. Boa Cama Boa Mesa 2019 restaurants are distinguished by their superior service and high-quality gastronomic offer and recognized commitment to providing memorable experiences.


Rua Anneliese Pohl - Vila Vita Parc
8400-450, Porches


The living room, nobly decorated, has big tables, a fireplace for the winter and a balcony facing the ocean, creating a romantic and fanciful atmosphere. The service of dishes is never repeated from confection to confection, creating a visual delight, followed by the gustatory one. Highlighting a dish is impossible, because the menu changes weekly, because here it is not the product that rules, but what is created from it – today is fish, tomorrow is meat, and nothing is eternal. The wine list is certainly a paradise for oenophiles, not only the Portuguese but also of the four corners …

Casa de Chá da Boa Nova

Avenida da Liberdade, 1681
4450-718, Leça da Palmeira


The Boa Nova restaurant, chef Rui Paula's bet, brings the sea and the sky to the table. In a setting of rare beauty, indoors and outdoors, this restaurant occupies the famous Casa de Chá da Boa Nova, a work by Siza Vieira in Leça da Palmeira, classified as a National Monument. Leaning over the rocks and the sea, the emblematic building has been restored, respecting its unique characteristics and also the original furniture according to the drawings of the time and using the materials initially planned.

The Yeatman

Rua do Choupelo - The Yeatman Hotel
4400-088, Vila Nova de Gaia

Vila Nova de Gaia

With a superb view over Porto, it has the mastery of chef Ricardo Costa, who has also won two Michelin Stars here. The cuisine is sophisticated and creative, inspired by regional ingredients, where fish and the freshest products take pride of place.


Rua Serpa Pinto, 10-A
1200-410, Lisboa


Located in the emblematic Largo de S. Carlos, in the heart of Lisbon, the Belcanto Restaurant has the signature of the popular Chef José Avillez, one of the most recognizable faces of haute cuisine in Portugal. A more intimate and very personal space, Belcanto has an innovative and daring menu, based on the main assets of national and contemporary cuisine.

Vila Joya

Estrada da Galé - Vila Joya Hotel
8200-416, Albufeira


With a cuisine increasingly supported by the strength of the flavors and the lightness of the dishes, Vila Joya remains at the top of the best restaurants in the world. An achievement that gains even more strength when you know that the menu served changes daily and that it is adapted according to the customers.


Rua Anchieta, 15
1200-023, Lisboa


Designed by the renowned Chef Portuguese Henrique Sá Pessoa, the Alma Restaurant is located in one of the noblest areas of the city of Lisbon. True to himself, Sá Pessoa takes advantage of the various influences and transports them to the first menu, which can be tried à la carte or, preferably, through tasting menus.

Il Gallo D'Oro

Estrada Monumental, 147 - The Cliff Bay
9004-532, Funchal


Integrated in The Cliff Bay hotel, the Il Gallo D'Oro Restaurant is an elegant and unique space with two Michelin Stars on the island of Madeira. Since 2004, the chef in charge has been Benoît Sinthon, who combines regional products with varied and high quality ingredients, in a cuisine of refinement. It is an aromatic signature, with the best that the Iberian Peninsula has to offer, from fresh products to delicate flavors.


Rua de Entre-Quintas, 220
4050-240, Porto


In the former Solar do Vinho do Porto, a sublime landscape over the Douro serves as inspiration for the "sensory essays" that chef Vítor Matos promises to provide. History and refinement are combined with tastings with live cooking, tradition and author notes. The menu, always dynamic, offers classic dishes of Portuguese cuisine with a hint of modernity, always emphasizing fresh products, seasonal trends and the rediscovery of unique palates.

100 Maneiras

Rua do Teixeira, 39
1200-459, Lisboa


Born in Cascais, the restaurant 100 Maneiras moved in 2009 to Bairro Alto and reopened, in early 2019, in another space, albeit within walking distance. It is a restaurant where the quality and originality of Bosnian chef Ljubomir Stanisic's cuisine reaches moments of genius, told as if it were a book.


Rua Marquês de Fronteira - Jardim Amália Rodrigues
1070-310, Lisboa


Located in one of the best spots in the city, the restaurant, which has Joachim Koerper at the helm of the kitchen, is becoming more and more consistent with age. Each menu he presents is a tribute to the flavours, textures and even colours of the products used, also reflecting more and more the influences from the other side of the Atlantic. The restaurant already has a Michelin Star.

A Ver Tavira

Largo Abu-Otmane - Calçada da Galeria, 13
8800-303, Tavira


In the historic center of Tavira, between the Mother Church and the castle walls, this unique space stood with an incomparable view. The kitchen is led by Chef Luís Brito. The space is welcoming, the décor simple and the atmosphere romantic. From the living room you can contemplate the city, with the Ria Formosa as a backdrop.

Bon Bon

Urbanização Cabeço de Pias - Estrada de Sesmarias
8400-010, Estombar


The à la carte dishes are a good option for the less curious and, despite the magnificent preparation, they show only a very small part of the mastery of the kitchen. To find out how many ingredients are made of the world, the ideal is to opt for one of the tasting menus (three, five or seven courses) with wine pairing. Bon Bon holds a Michelin Star.


Doca do Bom Sucesso - Altis Belém Hotel & Spa
1400-038, Lisboa


The Portugueseness of Feitoria's dishes matches perfectly with the concept of the hotel where it is installed, dedicated to the Discoveries. Thus, we set out for each menu, working on the fusion of influences and pointing out paths, new paths for Portuguese gastronomy.


Largo da Academia Nacional das Belas Artes, 14
1200-289, Lisboa


After years at the helm of the Guincho Fortress, the French chief has a new home. Vincent Farges now runs Epur, in Lisbon, a Based on the "art of purifying, removing everything that is superficial", the space bets on tasting menus that grant additional lightness to any meal. The space follows the same line: cleaned of excesses, and overlooking the city and the Tagus.

William Restaurant

Estrada Monumental, 139 - Belmond Reid's Palace Hotel
9000-098, Funchal


Inside the main building, in a space where blue and white dominate, the décor is governed by the hotel's standards of elegance and refinement, which guarantees perfect and unforgettable meals. It also has the attribute of the menu having been designed by the award-winning chef Joachim Koerper, who surprised the island with haute cuisine proposals that are not common in these parts. Luís Pestana takes on the role of executive chef, providing irresistible proposals every day. The combination of luxury has already resulted in a Michelin Star.

Gusto by Heinz Beck

Estrada da Quinta do Lago - Conrad Algarve
8135-106, Almancil


It is a fitting stage for a unique chef, Heinz Beck, holder of the highest European gastronomy awards. Like the hotel where it is located, it takes to the maximum exponent the refinement, elegance and sophistication, evident in the dishes on the menu in constant change, and in the excellent service it presents. With one of the best sommelliers in the country pairing the proposals on the menu with wines of excellence, a meal here will always be a unique experience to remember.

Fifty Seconds

Cais das Naus, lote 2.21.01 - Parque das Nações
1990-173, Lisboa


Fifty seconds is how long it takes to take the elevator to the Fifty Seconds restaurant. The ambience of the room and the inspiring location, 120 meters high, overlooking the Tagus River, accompany each dish, which tells a story of flavors of the world.


Estrada da Lagoa Azul - Penha Longa Resort
2714-511, Linhó


The Midori restaurant continues to be one of the leading Japanese restaurants in Portugal. It has modernized, bet on several menus, but always with a quality seal far above average, excellent in many options. Interesting merger proposals can be a good approach. The restaurant was created in honor of four Japanese princes who visited Penha Longa in the sixteenth century, and in order not to detract from Japanese cuisine, all chefs come from or receive training in Japan.

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