Portugal is well positioned with restaurants in two different cities.
The quality has its price and so the seal of greater recognition of the quality of a restaurant, the Michelin star, makes itself pay well.
They are spaces (and dishes) that are worth the experience that is almost obligatory especially if you live in the city where the renowned restaurant is located.
But even though it is not the most accessible, even because the exclusivity is also a plus for Michelin stars, there are cheaper restaurants than others, so the Traveloka platform has created the ranking of 50 restaurants with Michelin stars the cheapest in the world.
Among the 50 appointed by the hotel and travel booking platform, there are two Portuguese restaurants. In Lisbon, it is the Alma restaurant that aims. In position 32, the modern Portuguese restaurant has a menu with options from € 33.
Not in a very lognge position is the Antiqvvm, in the city of Porto, which offers lunch menus for € 25.