If you visit Lisbon, a 10-minutes ferry trip to the other side of the Tagus river is really worth it! Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio is one of my favorites, a small paradise! 🙂
Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, Cais do Ginjal Lisbon & delicious (fish) lunch with Margarethe de Vrieze and Marjolein Petersen (& dog Nelson) May 2022
Right next to the elevator to the Cristo Rei Statue, restaurant Atira-te ao Rio (litt. ‘throw yourself into the river’) is a space blessed by fabulous views over old town Lisbon.
Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, Cais do Ginjal Lisbon & friend Josephine Lucassen (official tourist guide), March 12, 2020
The menu is typically Portuguese: dishes with good presentation and tasty. We ordered one of my favorite dishes, salada com polvo (octopus salad), and shrimps. Bill for 2 persons around 50 euro
Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, Cais do Ginjal Lisbon & view 25 April bridge
These pictures are made in September on a beautiful sunny day, but in wintertime there’s also the possibility to enjoy the views of old town Lisbon inside the restaurant.
Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, Cais do Ginjal Lisbon, September 2017
In wintertime the large windows allow the view to be equally (almost as) good as outside. The restaurant features an indoor room with a burning stove and a terrace with heaters and blankets.
Cous cous & cool white wine Restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, Lisbon
Although on Facebook there are some negative posts about this restaurant, my experience so far is very good !
View from restaurant Atira-te ao Rio, old town Lisbon
After passing some abandoned and ruinous very old warehouses (lots of lovely graffiti ), there’s restaurant Atira-te ao Rio. ca. 10 minutes walk from the ferry,
How to get there?
Wonderful very old abandoned warehouses with a long history
Take a (cheap) ferry trip from the Cais do Sodré ferry terminal to Cacilhas, (timetable vice verca) and after a 10 minutes walk along abadonded warehouses near the river Tagus there’s restaurant Atira-te ao Rio.
Cais do Sodré ferry terminal to Cacilhas, (timetable vice verca)
Picture: restaurant Atira-te Ao Rio