Lisbon Food Guide

Lisbon Food Guide

Lisbon has been an absolute treat. I took a million pictures and have so many posts planned for you guys. Hope you’re up for a cheeky little #missgetawaytravels spam ;) My favourite part about Lisbon was hands down the amazing food we ate. I didn’t know Lisbon was so modern and buzzing, offering amazing turns on traditional dishes on almost every corner. I got recommended so many restaurants and tried to try as many of them as possible. Here are the ones I liked most and would definitely recommend you to check out: 


MY LISBON FOOD GUIDE

Time Out Market – Mercado Da Ribeira

I absolutely adore food markets so there was no way of missing out on this one for me. And I gotta admit: the Time Out Market in Lisbon is the best one I’ve been so far. Time Out assembled a selection of local restaurants and created an amazing market offering a unique dining experience. We went there twice and tried three restaurants, one wine bar and a cocktail stall. YES it’s that good! Avenida 24 de Julho, 49 }

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Cozinha da Felicidade

One of the places we tried and loved at the Time Out Market was Cozinha da Felicidade. The food was so good that I decided it needed its own place in my Lisbon food guide. I had a warm salad with sweet potatoes, buckwheat, grilled veggies, poached egg and mushroom and it was delicious. Even better was the warm goat cheese salad topped off with berries and honey macadamia ice cream, which the mister opted for. This place is a little more expensive but worth every cent. For 2 glasses of wine, 2 salads and some sweet potato crisps we paid around 25€. Avenida 24 de Julho, 49 }

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Pastelaria Casa Pastéis de Belém

One thing you just can’t skip out on when you’re in Lisbon are Patéis de Belém. And the best ones can be found at the Pastelaria Casa Pastéis de Belém where they originate from. If you want to avoid the massive queue in front of the takeaway counter: go inside. They have 400 seats and also serve drinks and the delicious pastries to your table. For 2 iced teas and 4 pastéis we paid around 7€.  Rua de Belém nº 84 a 92 }

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Royale Café

This café is absolutely perfect to grab a light lunch in between city strolls. Located in the city center the Royale Café offers fantastic twists on traditional dishes. I had the eggplant roll and the mister opted for a greek burger. Both was delicious. As was the fried octopus and the deserts. Also, if you’re still hungry after your main course, do try the chocolate cake – so good. For 2 main dishes, 2 desserts, 2 beers and 2 glasses of wine we paid around 40€.  { Largo Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro n 029 R/C Esq }

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Gelados Santini

Santini is claimed to make the best ice cream in the world and it certainly was one of the best I’ve ever had. And I’ve been to Italy probably more than a hundred times. Santini is a chain with ice cream parlors spread all over Lisbon.Their red & white retro interior is so stylish and the ice cream they offer is super delicious, creamy and rich in flavor. We had two small cones and paid around 6€. {Rua do Carmo 9}

OTHER PLACES:

[one_half]So many places were recommended to me when I asked for restaurant tipps on Instagram. Sadly, we weren’t able to check all of them out during our stay. Here are some more places that I didn’t get to visit personally but still wanted to include in my Lisbon food guide:[/one_half]

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» Cervejara do Bairro «
» Moules & Beer «
» Park Bar « 
» Noobai Café «
» Café da Garagem «
» O Prego «
 » Portas do Sol «

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Lisbon Food Guide - where to eat in lisboa, portugal | Miss Getaway life, style & travel blog from Austria

Have you ever been to Lisbon and visited any of the mentioned places? Do you have any other restaurant recommendation to add to this lisbon food guide? If yes, do not hesitate to comment below so we can collect some more for those who plan on travelling to Lisbon in the future.

Love, Kerstin


 

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25 Comments

  1. 2nd September 2016 / 10:29 am

    Such an amazing Food guide, Kerstin :) Schade, dass ich den Markt vollkommen verpasst habe.
    Da hätte es sicher auch etwas für mich gegeben. Nomnom. :)
    Die Pastéis habe ich unterwegs zwar mal probiert, aber leider nicht die besten. :) <3
    Ein toller Beitrag. Schön, dass es dir so gut gefallen hat. Teil 1 von meinem Travel Diary ist auch schon online. <3

    Love, Kat

    • 2nd September 2016 / 10:33 am

      Ja ich hab mir gestern dein Travel Diary angesehen – ich hab auch einiges verpasst das du gemacht hast :D Aber der Markt war definitv mein Favorit. Schade, dass du den verpasst hast.

  2. 2nd September 2016 / 12:03 pm

    Yummy, dass schaut alles super lecker aus! Und da Lissabon noch auf meiner To-Do Liste steht wurde der Post auch direkt mal abgespeichert, damit ich dann deine Empfehlungen rausholen kann :)
    Hab ein schönes Wochenende!
    Liebst Kathi
    http://www.meetthehappygirl.com

    • 5th September 2016 / 10:23 am

      Oh das freut mich total. Ich hoffe du kommst bald mal nach Lissabon und kannst diese Leckerein ausprobieren :)

  3. candice
    2nd September 2016 / 12:41 pm

    Oh wow the food looks so good!! Hope you have a great weekend

    ♥♥♥
    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

  4. 2nd September 2016 / 8:24 pm

    Hach, von Lissabon träume ich auch schon eine Weile (wie eigentlich von jeder europäischen Stadt) :D
    Verhungern werde ich dort auf jeden Fall nicht. Das Essen sieht einfach superlecker aus. Richtig zum Reinlegen. Ich bin schon so neugierig, welche Postings noch über Lissabon kommen und freue mich mega drauf :)

    Liebste Grüße
    Lisa

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:36 pm

      Oh du musst auf jeden Fall nach Lissabon, die Stadt gefällt dir bestimmt super :)

  5. Sharon
    3rd September 2016 / 1:59 am

    That Greek burger looks so scrumptious! I haven’t been to Lisbon but what a good guide you got here for when I visit in the future.
    http://www.cozyzen.com

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:36 pm

      Oh you definitely gotta try it!

  6. 3rd September 2016 / 5:52 pm

    Everything looks so good! I so wish that I didn’t live in a middle of nowhere (although I do kinda love how quiet it is haha). There just aren’t any cool places to go out to eat, other than chain restaurants which I always try to stay away from haha ;)

    Paula
    Thirteen Thoughts

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:35 pm

      Haha I feel you. It’s exactly the same for me when I’m back home at my parents’ place.

  7. 3rd September 2016 / 7:14 pm

    Me and my friends were literally chatting about possibly visiting Lisbon the other day so if we do I’ll have to remember to come back and read this again!
    Amy xx
    http://www.callmeamy.co.uk

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:35 pm

      Oh you definitely gotta go! Lisbon is such an amazing city.

  8. 3rd September 2016 / 7:39 pm

    Ich müsste auf jeden Fall auf den Markt, ich liiiiebe Food-Märkte und geh da allein schon gerne hin um mir das Essen anzuschauen und zu riechen. Die kleinen Törtchen möchte ich auch gerne mal probieren. Danke für deine leckeren Tipps:) Liebe Grüße, Leonie von http://eyeofthelion.de

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:35 pm

      Hihi mir geht es genauso. Foodmärkte sind SO toll!

  9. 3rd September 2016 / 10:16 pm

    OMG was für tolle Leckereien <3 Tolle Locations !!

    Liebste Grüße und ein herrliches Wochenende wünscht dir
    Claudia von minnja.de

    • 4th September 2016 / 1:34 pm

      Hihi ja, da bekommt man direkt wieder hunger, oder? :D

  10. 5th September 2016 / 11:21 am

    I literally loved everything I ate in Lisbon. The best was this whole in a wall that served the best grilled octopus ever. I went back every day, no shame haha.
    Love the post!

    http://whenhealthymettasty.com

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