Restaurant Feitoria and Chef João Rodrigues were the big winners Mesa Marcada Awards 2016

The results of the "10 Restaurants and 10 Chefs Favorites of the  2016" are already known, at a ceremony held this year at Gin Lovers at the Embassy in Lisbon.

At the 8th edition of Mesa Marcada awards, Feitoria Restaurant and Chef João Rodrigues were the winners of both categories, Restaurant and Chef. The Restaurant rose two places compared to the 3rd place last year. Chef João Rodrigues, who was in 4th place in the Top 10, went up 3 positions, continuing to be one of the top Chefs in the Top 10 of Mesa Marcada since 2014.
Apart from revealing the usual winners, were awarded the prize of “The Best of the Year”, to the Chef or to the restaurant that has grown more in the top 10, also were launched some special awards to the Best New Restaurant and to the Revelation of the Year Chef. The most recent award “Day Table” which results from the vote of the jury in a restaurant for day-to-day or moderately priced, was given to Taberna da Rua das Flores Restaurant.
These awards are unique in Portugal and result on the vote of a panel of judges linked to gastronomy. The panel this year is composed of 147 judges, including chefs, responsible for restaurants, journalists, bloggers, critics and foodies.


Time Out What we eat in 2016

And in the best dishes of 2016 elected by Time Out Magazine is in great distinction A Matança do Porco dof the Feitoria Restaurant. The Restaurant had the maximum score 5 Stars in the evaluation of by the Time Out team.

Congratulations to the Chef João Rodrigues and the whole team.

Feitoria wins Michelin Star

The Feitoria Restaurant won a Michelin Star for the 6th consecutive year in Portugal and Spain Guide 2017.

Congratulations to the Chef João Rodrigues and all the fantastic team.

Congratulations to all the teams of Restaurants in Portugal that yesterday also conquered stars.

Dining in Portugal | Feitoria Restaurant and Wine Bar

Inside the Altis Belem Hotel & Spa in Lisbon is Restaurante Feitoria, an acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant overlooking the Tagus River. Chef João Rodrigues presides over the kitchen. As you enter the space, you’re welcomed by a bevy of hostesses and servers who lead you to one of the many tables spread over two tiers that all look out to the waterfront. Each table, simply decorated with white linen and a small flower arrangement, is in a good position, there’s no bad seat in the house.