Restaurante com História e Tradição aposta na comunicação
Desde 1936, e com o conceito de tradição bem visível, o Gambrinus inova na comunicação. Cria um novo site no qual evidencia os quatro principais pilares que sustentam a sua qualidade e diferenciação: História, Tradição à Mesa, À Barra e Fora de Horas.
Atravessando gerações, este Restaurante / Bar / Cervejaria reúne cozinha, serviço e decoração bem como produtos da mais alta qualidade. Não fecha para férias nem faz pontes e está aberto todos os dias do meio-dia à uma e meia da manhã.
Situated in the heart of Lisbon, Gambrinus is a reference point in Lisbon’s Cuisine. Over the past 78 years, national and international personalities, artists and politicians have met to enjoy meeting places.
The Restaurant has maintained a comfortable environment, with high quality products and service of excellence, since the remodelling done in 1964 by the architect Maurício de Vasconcelos. The same artist was also responsible for the decoration.
The counter has 12 banks all in wood and leather. In this environment, more informal, customers can observe the functionality of the kitchen while enjoying some specialties of Portuguese cuisine.
Out of Time
In the Downtown of Lisbon and near Avenida da Liberdade, Gambrinus provides a social environment even between meals, in extended dinners or at the end of the night.
This is the place for those who appreciate traditional food. A space where you can gather with family, do business, bring or find friends or even dating.
With easy access to Rossio, behind D. Maria II National Theatre, Gambrinus has voiturier as well as private parking.
Aurélio José Pereira
The Main Dining Room
Decorated with exotic woods, the main room has a capacity for eighty people. Covering the entire wall, a masterpiece tapestry reproduces a drawing of Sá Nogueira painter, representing The Four Seasons. At the high end, we can appreciate a monumental fireplace in Portuguese granite.
The Small Dining Room (Smoking Area)
With direct entrance from Largo do Regedor, the small room has ten tables, with seating for thirty people. It is a cosy and charming room with oil and watercolours paintings. Next to the entrance, there is a portrait of King Gambrinus, in stained glass.
At the table you can enjoy specialties such as Partridge Pie, Turbot in Court- Bouillon, the Eisbein with Choucrute, the Fish Stew or the famous Crepes Suzette. There are also other options within the traditional Portuguese cuisine.
Rua das Portas de Santo Antão 23
1150-264 Lisboa, Portugal
Tel: +351 213 465 208 (Office)
Tel: +351 213 421 466 (Reservations)
Fax: +351 213 465 032
Time: 12:00 - 01:30
GPS: 35º7'154", -9139'786"