In Bairro Alto, near Principe Real square, you will find bar/restaurant SNOB.
Restaurant ‘SNOB’ Rua do Seculo 178 , Lisbon
Ring the doorbell
If you are looking for this restaurant, don’t walk away thinking it’s closed. You have to ring the doorbell, like in many other Portuguese places. ‘SNOB’ is not a club, however. The reason for the closed doors is that the owners want to welcome you personally. Many foreigners are unaware of this and miss out on a great experience!
SNOB restaurant is a favourite of politicians, journalists, actors and artists. The restaurant is decorated elegantly in a British sixties style.
Bar/restaurant SNOB Lisbon
The traditional Portuguese kitchen serves the best steak in town (according to many experts): the bife à SNOB. We can recommend the carne estufada (beef stew) and the feijoada a transmontana (a traditional dish of beans and pig meat).
Bar/restaurant SNOB Lisbon: senhor Albina Oliveira
Clock without hands
Senhor Albina Oliveira and his brother are the proud owners for already 43 years. And they have every right to be proud to! The restaurant is open every day of the year, except December 24. The clock in this restaurant is famous, because it doesn’t have any hands. In other words: time is completely unimportant when you are enjoying a good meal…
Restaurant ‘SNOB’ Rua do Seculo 178 , Lisbon.