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HOW PORTUGAL BECAME THE GREATEST PLACE TO EAT RIGHT NOW

The best restaurant in Lisbon is not actually in Lisbon.

t’s on the other side of the Tagus River in Cacilhas, a tiny port neighbourhood you take a ferry to get to that is home to some abandoned factories and adorable feral cats who enjoy uninterrupted views of Lisbon’s very spectacular hills. There are far fewer tourists here and very few at the best restaurant, a bodega-type cafe? where a guy in a Corona hat who doesn’t speak English will ask you, “Sardinhas?” to which you will respond “Yes”. And he will spend the next 20 minutes seasoning 10 plump sardines with wet chunky salt, grilling them on a small charcoal grill on the sidewalk, asking other passers-by the all-important question (“Sardinhas?”), until he disappears with the fish inside the best restaurant in Lisbon that’s not quite in Lisbon. After several minutes, he will return with a platter of grilled sardines topped with a few slices of boiled waxy potatoes, a salad of lettuce, onions, what appear to be unripe tomatoes that are, in fact, delicious and dressed with lemon and salt, and a beer if you were smart enough to ask for one. It’s amazing. There are much prettier places to eat grilled sardines in Lisbon or even right here in Cacilhas. But this place, with (“The Snackery” or “The Snack Shop”?) on its awning, is the best because I found it

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