BOATO: Lisbon’s New Restaurant Knows, Smells And Lives The Sea ♦ Don’t be fooled by the name, what you will read in this article is in Boato. At the end of November, the fourth restaurant was opened in Lisbon with the ideas and creations of chef Manel Perestrelo. After opening Salmora in the Algarve, Moço dos Croissants and more recently Qura, both in Campo de Ourique, presented the restaurant Boato. Secrets From Portugal brings you all this amazing restaurant, focused on fresh, flavorful ingredients and seafood. Rice suggestions are highlighted.
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In the new space of the Almost in the Town group, the dishes are inspired by the Mediterranean, focused on fresh, tasteful ingredients and seafood products. Rice suggestions are highlighted.
The options are colourful, light and fresh. The letter is divided into suggestions from the sea, land, wild and natural. Together they form a product mix with the typical spices of the various Mediterranean countries.
Among the starter, options are the homemade Greek yoghurt bread (2 €) and ricotta cream with organic olive oil, garlic and lemon (2.50 €). You can also choose the salt shaved gamba (11 €) and the Corvina marinated with tiger milk, lime, puree and beet chips (11 €).
One of the suggestions from the sea is the octopus patanisca with garlic and lemon mayonnaise and crispy rice (12 €). If you prefer a dish of the Earth has the lamb with crispy pistachios, Moroccan couscous and mint (14 €). Boato is open from Monday to Saturday, from noon to midnight. There are also plenty to drink, from signature cocktails to a varied wine list and craft beer.