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A great chef at his best: Lisboeta reviewed

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

13 August 2022

9:00 AM

In 2014, Nuno Mendes, a chef from Lisbon by way of Wolfgang Puck’s kitchens and his own Viajante in Bethnal Green, opened a restaurant at the Chiltern Firehouse hotel. This is a redbrick Edwardian castle in Marylebone, which used to be a fire station, but no longer is. This restaurant was skilful: both blessed and cursed.

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Lisboeta, 30 Charlotte St, London W1T 2NG; tel: 020 3830 9888.

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