Savoury Portuguese stews are surely a good - and tasty - deal at any of Lisbon's taverns. However, if you seek something more edgy at the height of the international culinary temples, the restaurant Feitoria (http://www.restaurantefeitoria.com) is the place to go. Located in the Altis Belém Hotel & Spa, ideally situated on the bank of the river between the Monument of Discoveries and Belem Tower, it boasts a Michelin star. At its kitchen's helm we find chef José Cordeiro, who reinvents traditional tastes closer to today's palates. "In all dishes I prepare, my roots and traditions are always present. I am a big advocate of Portuguese product and not only for its excellent features" he explains in his blog. Treat yourself to some of his unusual proposals such as the lobster sauteed with cashew sauce or marinated mackerel with soy, grapefruit and cilantro. The tasting menu costs 75 € and is a great investment.
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