If you’ve got a craving for Thai food, this is the best place to go in Lisbon. Unlike a lot of the strangely-mixed Thai, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Indian restaurants, this place is run by a Thai staff and the food is prepared according to Thai tradition. It’s a little more than you might want to pay, but the price fits the freshness and accuracy of the cuisine you’ve been pining for. It’s a small space to be sure, so reservations for larger groups are a must. Try the papaya salad, but a word of caution: it can be spicy. If you can’t stand the heat, you might want to order a glass of Thai iced tea to wash it down.
Vintage, up-cycled, second-hand, or just plain USED: whatever you call not-new clothes, here’s where to find them in Lisbon, from bargain bins to boutiques.