Though he was actually born in Yugoslavia, and didn’t move to Portugal until 1997, Ljubomir Stanisic has become one of the country’s most well-known celebrity chefs—in addition to his restaurants and books, he’s also a consulting chef for Six Senses in Europe and a host of the Portuguese version of Kitchen Nightmares. 100 Maneiras is his original restaurant, and it remains a Lisbon classic. With only 30 seats, it’s incredibly intimate—an experience that’s furthered by a remarkably well-priced tasting menu. The menu itself changes seasonally, save for one signature item: Stanisic’s “codfish clothesline,” which is exactly what it sounds like, yet surprisingly appealing.

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