The informal yet sophisticated atmosphere of Cafeteria Mensagem is the perfect choice for laid-back encounters at any time of day. Seasonal world cuisine and a terrace lounge with views over the marina and Tagus River.
The menu at Cafeteria Mensagem offers suggestions for every moment of the day, kicking off with a creative and enticing breakfast brunch buffet.
Chef João Rodrigues surprises with the reinvention of traditional dishes with an elegant presentation with a twist and plenty of flair making the most of a variety of recommended fish, meat, vegetables and rice dishes in a menu that will whet your appetite and have you coming back for more.
From April to March the Altis Belém Hotel & Spa provide a wide menu of sushi in the multiple spaces of the hotel, namely at the Sushi & Oyster Bar of the Cafeteria Mensagem, the Bar 38º31’ and the menus of Spa Cuisine and room service.
Between 9th and 18th November the Cafetaria Mensagem will be closed for maintenance, as an alternative breakfast and lunch will be served at the Feitoria Restaurant with a special menu.
Note: On the 15th of November the Sunday Brunch will be also served in Feitoria Restaurant with a similar service.
Breakfast | 07.00am to 11.00 am
Lunch | 12.30pm (noon) to 03.00pm
Dinner | 07.30pm to 11.00pm (between November and February only opens on Sundays)
Sunday Brunch | 12.30pm (noon) to 04.00pm
Telephone: +351 210400209
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Where Cafeteria Mensagem got its name
This is where we hear the intriguing tale of the Rhinoceros famously drawn by Albrecht Dürer which refers to another chapter of the Age of Discovery depicting the exotic worlds which Portugal discovered and a magical time when King D. Manuel presented this exotic creature to Pope Leo X as a peace offering in the name of Christianity. This anecdote sets the tone for a delicious meal in a unique atmosphere and environment that invites us to rediscover the Discoverers with a stunning backdrop of the Tagus River and the Bom Sucesso Dock from where the great Portuguese Navigators set sail.