Pavilhão Chinês



It looks like an antiques shop and could very well be a museum, but it’s a bar that opens late in the afternoon. You must ring a bell to get inside, and once you do you find one of the city’s most authentic spots. There’s a total of five rooms decorated with curious objects (miniature trains, toy soldiers, old mugs, etc. from the owner’s private collection), to admire as you sip a cocktail. There’s an extensive list of drinks, from cocktails to juices, to teas and Port Wine.
You may also play pool in one of the rooms.

Rua Dom Pedro V, 89 – Príncipe Real
Tel. 213 424 729
Source: LisbonLUX