The GEOGRAPHIA restaurant presents a new menu that, between new and old flavours, expands the space journey through Portuguese-speaking lands.
Located on Rua do Conde, a stone’s throw from the National Museum of Ancient Art and between Lapa, Janelas Verdes and Santos, the flavours of GEOGRAPHIA extend far beyond the capital. The restaurant brings to the table references that range from Macau to Brazil, placing at the centre everything that unites them – gastronomic techniques, seasonings, cultural heritage, and the Portuguese language.
The new menu features novelties such as Bacalhau Geographia – garnished with caramelized onions, olive tapenade and bread and herbs crust – or the dessert “Pijaminha”, a sweet mosaic with Pão de Ló, chocolate mousse and cheesecake, which puts an end to the endless indecision of how to close the meal with a flourish.
At lunches on Saturdays, GEOGRAPHIA is once again serving its Brazilian feijoada all-you-can-eat, at a cost of €16 per person.
To complete the experience, the restaurant’s wine list was reinforced with new references, a selection made between large and small national producers. Among the new additions are Trincadeira das Pratas – Chão dos Eremitas (White, Alentejo), Arinto dos Açores (White), Alto do Joa (Red, Trás-os-Montes), Howards Folly Reserva (Red, Alentejo) and Paxá Vinhas Tradicionais Negra Mole (Red, Alentejo).