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The Clube Naval de Lisboa Restaurant stands out for two main reasons: the kitchen, led by chef Ricardo Machado, and the excellent views that its location offers.

The gastronomic proposal of the Chef's recipe is of traditional Portuguese inspiration and extends to preparations ranging from the best fish and seafood from our coast, to meat, mostly from Protected Denomination of Origin. Desserts also accompany the traditional notes of Portuguese sweets. The service, which asserts itself in proximity to the customer, unfolds between themal, in the Dining Room on the top floor, and relaxed on the Esplanade.


The views of the Restaurant extend from East to West, facing South, in a 180º panoramic view, between the 25 de Abril Bridge and the mouth of the Tagus, with the Bugio Lighthouse in the background.

With a privileged location, the restaurant shares the same facilities as the Sailing Section of Clube Naval de Lisboa, in what was once the Independence Pavilion in Exhibition of the Portuguese World of 1940, more or less halfway between the Padrão dos Descobrimentos – next to the Belém marina – and the MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology.