A new gem worth of the visit of the lovers of a great fine dining moment is placed right in the heart of the beautiful and historical Lisbon and with a mesmerizing restaurant design that you cannot miss.
Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos, a Portuguese firm, winner of Building of the Year of 2018, with its creation of Adega Herdade do Freixo ‘Herdade Of Freixo Winery’ in the Industrial Architecture category, has completed this year its glorious renovation project of Palácio Chiado ‘Chiado Palace’ in Lisbon, Portugal.
Built in 1781, Lisbon is still filled with lots of graceful and old building full of history and meaning, and the architecture firm picked specifically this one to give a whole new luxury design and luxury furniture where old and contemporary beautifully merge and origin two beautiful storytellings.
This building was re-imagined as a luxury restaurant and now opened its doors to locals and tourists ready to experience one-of-a-kind concepts all in the same place. Ranging from the gastronomic offers to the spectacular restaurant interior design, this place promises to provide to you a moment that you will never forget.
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This fancy restaurant in the capital of Portugal got a unique restoration but still keeping its major essences such as paintings, frescos and fine architectural details. Apart from its special restaurant design that you won’t want to leave your eyes off of, this place also offers delicious food for you to try on and amazing events to attend!
One of the best restaurant design ideas in Portugal, this one counts with a piece so imposing that is impossible to forget the gold rush. A gold lion hangs from the ceiling in the main dining area, a detail so striking that is utterly captivating when merged with the existing features of Palácio Chiado, certainly a dazzling restaurant design by Frederico Valsassina.
On the books of the fine dining restaurants to go to in Lisbon, this place is certainly one to visit when eager for eating out with a touch of extravaganza and contemporary.
by: Joana Santos