Bistro 100 Maneiras Est. 2010

Largo Trindade Coelho 9, Lisboa, Portugal

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The Bistro is a stage where the chef challenges the barriers of all the places that inspire him.
At Bistro, the choice is made à la carte, with creations designed from the traditional Portuguese, Yugoslavian, French and Italian gastronomy, with an author’s touch and inspirations brought from the travels, experiences and tastes of Ljubo, without pre-arranged limits.
The Lowdown
Type
Bar / Club / Lounge
Private Dining / Restaurant
Views
Cityscape
River
Street
Style
Art Nouveau
Bohemian
Casual
Contemporary
Urban
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Anniversary / Engagement Party
Bachelor / Bachelorette Party
Birthday Party
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Family Reunion
Holiday Party

Venue Setting

In the beginning, there was the Word…

…Wish. A wish made of a handful of ideas brought from Festival Lumière, in Canada, in which chef Ljubomir participated, coupled with others that were germinating, day after day, in the mind of the chef.

Then, the action. In September 2010, in Chiado, the second space in Lisbon with the signature of 100 Maneiras was born: Bistro 100 Maneiras. “Bistrot”, some call it, with a French accent. However, it is not from France but from Ljubo’s roots that this Bistro comes – “clean and clear”, it means in Serbian. Clean and clear – the ideas, the food, the space.

It is an Art-Deco-inspired building, with panels by the artist Paulo Guilherme d'Eça Leal, converted into a house without time, without haste ... Open every day from 7:00 pm to 2:00 am, with room to receive up to 80 people in its two floors with views of the Tagus River, it offers distinct areas for different uses (and users) such as the Bistro’s Room (for smokers) and Hendrick's Room (a private room with capacity for up to 10 people).

At Bistro, the choice is made à la carte, with creations designed from the traditional Portuguese, Yugoslavian, French and Italian gastronomy, with an author’s touch and inspirations brought from the travels, experiences and tastes of Ljubo, without pre-arranged limits. From foie gras to testicles, from shellfish to game, from “luxury” products to less known ones. A menu that includes suggestions to share, a section for the “brave”, seasonal dishes, successes that refuse to leave the table regardless of the season and, of course, an inevitable happy ending.

Happy, too, are the suggestions coming out of Bistro’s bar, distinguished by Monocle magazine, in the end of 2013, as the ideal place to have a cocktail in Lisbon, and winner of the national 2017 Coaster award for “Best Restaurant in a Bar”. Given annually in the World Class competition, the most prestigious cocktail competition in the world, the Coaster Awards recognize the daily work at the best cocktail bars. Leading the counter is Jorge Camilo (Daniel Zamith is the sous chef), part of the founding team of the restaurant and responsible for many of the bar’s original creations. Two years after he started working at Bistro, he won first place in the Gin Mare national competition. In 2014, Zest by Gin Lovers magazine mentioned him as “probably the best bartender in Portugal”. He also signed almost all the recipes of the first great Portuguese cocktail book, 100 Cocktails 100 Maneiras, published in November 2015 by Esfera dos Livros. A book that reflects the importance of the cocktails in the restaurant and in the whole 100 Maneiras concept.

Between author creations, reinterpretations of classics and some unavoidable names, a trip to Bistro’s bar can start in 100 different ways but it will always end the same way: with glasses raised high, to toast to the great pleasures of life. For these and other reasons, Monocle, the prestigious British magazine, considered “our" Bistro to be number one in the world at the Monocle Restaurant Awards 2017.

Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

Yes

Estimated Price Per Head

from $55 to $86

Additional Charges

Bring your own bottle - 20 euros per bottle
Private Hendrick's Room (up to 10 people) - price upon request

Insurance

N/A

Capacity

Seated
80
Buffet
N/A
Standing
80
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2010
Curfew
2 AM
Venue Spaces
Indoor Venue Space Only
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Inside Scoop

- If you feel like having a quiet dinner, ask for a table upstairs. That's also where you get the best views of the city. But if you're a party lover, don't hesitate to stay on our ground floor: that's where the bar is located and real action happens!

- Ask our waiters about our weekly suggestions. In addition to the fixed menu, suggestions are added based on what the market has to offer and what the chef feels like cooking. Just like we're home. 

- Every third Friday of the month, we celebrate Bistro's Holy Friday by offering our clients a shot of Milagro. Enjoy! And if you're not sure about what cocktail to order from our list, let our bartenders know your tastes, they'll be happy to help you. And who knows if you don't end up inspiring a new a cocktail with your name?

Amenities
  • Wifi
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Awards & Notables - #1 on Monocle Restaurant Awards 2017
- Coaster Award 2017 for Best Bar in a Restaurant (Portugal)
- Top 20 at Time Out Lisboa Restaurant's Guide 2017
- Personality of the Year 2017 in Gastronomy, Revista de Vinhos (chef Ljubomir Stanisic)
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:

At Bistro, the choice is made à la carte, with creations designed from the traditional Portuguese, Yugoslavian, French and Italian gastronomy, with an author’s touch and inspirations brought from the travels, experiences and tastes of Ljubo, without pre-arranged limits. From foie gras to testicles, from shellfish to game, from “luxury” products to less known ones. A menu that includes suggestions to share, a section for the “brave”, seasonal dishes, successes that refuse to leave the table regardless of the season and, of course, an inevitable happy ending.

Bars & Lounges:
Cocktail Bar: 

It’s the first thing you see when you enter Bistro 100 Maneiras and one of the reasons why so many people visit our address. Much more than a simple extension of the restaurant, Bistro’s bar is a space known on its own, recognized by its original creations and considered by many to be the best bar in the city. It’s not (just) our words – in 2014, in an article about Lisbon, Monocle highlighted it as “the perfect place to chink a glass after a day on the cobblestones”.

Located in Bistro 100 Maneiras, it’s no wonder that many of the ingredients used in the bar come from the kitchen. Herbs, fruits and other products are the main stars of many of the signature cocktails produced at Bistro 100 Maneiras. Many of them were created for the book “100 Cocktails 100 Maneiras”, published in November 2015: the result of a trip made in the search for the best national ingredients to create cocktails with a Portuguese soul. Between author creations, reinterpretations of classics and some unavoidable names, a trip to Bistro’s bar can start in 100 different ways but it will always end the same way: with glasses raised high, to toast to the great pleasures of life.

Hendrick's Room:

A dining room that's a work of art: that’s Hendrick’s Room, at Bistro 100 Maneiras. A private space, for exclusive moments, where the irreverent spirit of 100 Maneiras is associated with the dynamic and provocative world of Hendrick’s. Born from the imagination and the hands of Mário Belém and Filipe Pinto Soares, Hendrick’s Room gathers the illustrations of the first and the technical installations of the second and intends to be “Lisbon’s best-kept secret”. In the popular walls, Hendrick’s botanicals serve as inspiration, with ingredients such as orange peel, cumin, lemon, cucumber, chamomile and coriander, among others, celebrating the pleasure of eating and drinking. The secret itself is hidden between the walls: a panel which allows full customization of the dining room according to the mood of its guests. In this panel, you can activate a LED scheme with 128 random programs, control the intensity of the ceiling and wall lights and even connect a smartphone to choose the music. The result is always a different experience, designed to fit the moment and the wishes of its guests. In Hendrick’s Room, you can find two seats by the window. Because this room can be adapted to any occasion, this corner becomes the perfect place for intimate dinners, overlooking Chiado and the Tagus. Bigger reunions can happen too, as the room can accommodate up to 10 people.

Bistro's Bedroom:

The project, signed by the Portuguese studio HA + JE Arquitectura, had ambitions to respect and dignify the already existing, promoting intimacy, on one hand, and the conviviality, sharing and proximity, on the other, with a line of leather sofas that extend in line, interspersed by tables. The brass lamps, on the tables, contribute to the welcoming environment, further emphasized by the carpet that enhances comfort and is associated with the concept of this room. A place where liquid and solid dreams are served. Cocktails and snacks for dinner - or before after dinner. A room for intimate pleasures, where smoking is allowed, with the lascivious hand of chef Ljubomir Stanisic.

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