My companion and I are major foodies and enjoy active city trips with a big gastronomic part.
Commonly, we walk around the city the whole day and go for a nice (fine-)dining experience in the evening.
We try to find local spots and places that are harder to find back home (Belgium) or that are world-known to be superb. Authentic is always a plus.
In London, for example, we had a world famous ice-cream for lunch (don't judge ;-) ) and in the evening enjoyed a michelin-starred Indian, which we cannot find in our own neighborhood, and managed to do something similar for a couple of days straight.It was a great experience to do multiple diverse fine dining restaurants over several days and get to enjoy cuisines and styles we don't have back home
So, we enjoy unique/known/fun/exotic/special/renowned/authentic places and fine-dining restaurants with tasting menu's. We enjoy every type of cuisine (Asian, vegetarian, nordic, ... ), nothing is out-of-bounds, and generally go for those more unique experiences. Our budget allows for all possible options.
Given this profile, what would you recommend for us for a 4-5 day foodie itinerary in Lisbon end of january / start of february?
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