lisbon
food, sweets, coffee & wine
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after spending only a week in lisbon, i can assure you that lisbon is a certified must. it quickly became one of my favourite spots in europe and i consumed way too many portuguese tarts. use this list to guide you on a foodie tour through lisbon. bring your walking shoes because those hills are a killer. sunscreen and sun protection is also a must from april - october. the parks offer fantastic sweeping views and the beach at cascais is 40 minutes by train. 

our favourite activity was to grab some nibbles from a local grocer and head to Miradouro da Senhora do Monte for sunset drinks. get there half an hour before sundown to nab a great spot. we did this every night we were in lisbon and it was the highlight of our trip. there is often local musicians playing for free and their sweet tunes accompany the best view of lisbon: the buildings, the bridge, the river and the boats. afterwards we would head to Locals & Nomads for a natural wine (the staff have exceptional knowledge) and to La Matta for a slice or to Sabor Do Nepal for the cheapest Nepalese eats outside of Nepal. 

lisbon is a MUST on any trip to europe. it is a perfect taster of what portugal has to offer. we would even recommend parking up here for a few days and then hiring a car (must have a credit card to hire in portugal) and driving south along the west coast to the algarve, or north to nazare and the national parks. portugal is a place for the books and we can't wait to get back and continue our exploration. 

LOCALS & NOMADS / Local Portuguese natural wines and all over the world
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local portuguese wines in hip setting. this was our favourite spot - the staff are very knowledgeable and will recommend wines they think you will like given your preferences and often offer free tastings. they also offer tapas dishes if you are searching for a scrumptious feed.
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Vino Vero
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wine and tapas bar with fab selection and immaculate vibes
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Manteigaria - Fábrica de Pastéis de Nata
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our top pick for pasteis
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Sabor do Nepal
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glorious nepali food for under 10 euros a person
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Brick Cafe Lisboa
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trendy cafe in a trendy neighbourhood
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LA MATTA PIZZERIA
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top rated pizzeria and the yummiest of yum margheritas
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Maria Limão Brunch, Crepes, Limonadas Lisboa
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gorgeous breakfast and brunch food in lisbon's best area
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ROYAL BITES KEBAB- INDIAN - PIZZA ( حلال)
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best and cheapest place for lunch on the go. staff were great and food was gorgeous. we had the kebabs
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Palma Cantina
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great option for mexican inspired dishes
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Pastéis de Belém
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the original pasteis place ...
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Associação Loucos e Sonhadores
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hip bar for a nightcap
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Time Out Market Lisboa
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bustling fresh food market with dining options. it is very busy and quite hard to get a table in peak times. we had the asian food and it was phenomenal. it is also quite expensive for lisbon but has a great range and get in early for the fresh fruit and veg and other local products (including a large selection of seafood)
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Mendo cafe
@lilybarnett
lovely cafe with great cold drink options
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Ritalinos
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traditional portuguese food in traditional setting
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Restaurante Pedro marinho
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local hub with cheap beer and cheap eats
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i am originally from the gold coast, australia (now based in glasgow, scotland), and since high school i have spent my time travelling the world alongside getting my degrees. i am a lover of slow-travel, cafe-hopping and an aimless wander. my travel style is food-centric and often involves scouring wherever i am in the world for a wee sweet treat whether that be a smoothie, a splice, or any form of baked good (i do not discriminate). although only 24, i have been lucky enough to come from a family where travelling and discovering new cultures and places was always the priority. this has become the defining feature of my adult life and you can often find me planning the next big adventure. besides travel, i love to take amateur photos on my film camera, get my nose in a book, and go wild swimming. i hope my page can ignite the travel bug in someone else and that i can successfully share some of my favourite places in the world with those who are a little bit curious about getting to know our world a little bit better love always and see you out there, lily x
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lisbon
food, sweets, coffee & wine
15 Places • 2 Saves • ago
Free

after spending only a week in lisbon, i can assure you that lisbon is a certified must. it quickly became one of my favourite spots in europe and i consumed way too many portuguese tarts. use this list to guide you on a foodie tour through lisbon. bring your walking shoes because those hills are a killer. sunscreen and sun protection is also a must from april - october. the parks offer fantastic sweeping views and the beach at cascais is 40 minutes by train. 

our favourite activity was to grab some nibbles from a local grocer and head to Miradouro da Senhora do Monte for sunset drinks. get there half an hour before sundown to nab a great spot. we did this every night we were in lisbon and it was the highlight of our trip. there is often local musicians playing for free and their sweet tunes accompany the best view of lisbon: the buildings, the bridge, the river and the boats. afterwards we would head to Locals & Nomads for a natural wine (the staff have exceptional knowledge) and to La Matta for a slice or to Sabor Do Nepal for the cheapest Nepalese eats outside of Nepal. 

lisbon is a MUST on any trip to europe. it is a perfect taster of what portugal has to offer. we would even recommend parking up here for a few days and then hiring a car (must have a credit card to hire in portugal) and driving south along the west coast to the algarve, or north to nazare and the national parks. portugal is a place for the books and we can't wait to get back and continue our exploration. 

LOCALS & NOMADS / Local Portuguese natural wines and all over the world
@lilybarnett
local portuguese wines in hip setting. this was our favourite spot - the staff are very knowledgeable and will recommend wines they think you will like given your preferences and often offer free tastings. they also offer tapas dishes if you are searching for a scrumptious feed.
Add to
Details
Vino Vero
@lilybarnett
wine and tapas bar with fab selection and immaculate vibes
Add to
Details
Manteigaria - Fábrica de Pastéis de Nata
@lilybarnett
our top pick for pasteis
Add to
Details
Sabor do Nepal
@lilybarnett
glorious nepali food for under 10 euros a person
Add to
Details
Brick Cafe Lisboa
@lilybarnett
trendy cafe in a trendy neighbourhood
Add to
Details
LA MATTA PIZZERIA
@lilybarnett
top rated pizzeria and the yummiest of yum margheritas
Add to
Details
Maria Limão Brunch, Crepes, Limonadas Lisboa
@lilybarnett
gorgeous breakfast and brunch food in lisbon's best area
Add to
Details
ROYAL BITES KEBAB- INDIAN - PIZZA ( حلال)
@lilybarnett
best and cheapest place for lunch on the go. staff were great and food was gorgeous. we had the kebabs
Add to
Details
Palma Cantina
@lilybarnett
great option for mexican inspired dishes
Add to
Details
Pastéis de Belém
@lilybarnett
the original pasteis place ...
Add to
Details
Associação Loucos e Sonhadores
@lilybarnett
hip bar for a nightcap
Add to
Details
Time Out Market Lisboa
@lilybarnett
bustling fresh food market with dining options. it is very busy and quite hard to get a table in peak times. we had the asian food and it was phenomenal. it is also quite expensive for lisbon but has a great range and get in early for the fresh fruit and veg and other local products (including a large selection of seafood)
Add to
Details
Mendo cafe
@lilybarnett
lovely cafe with great cold drink options
Add to
Details
Ritalinos
@lilybarnett
traditional portuguese food in traditional setting
Add to
Details
Restaurante Pedro marinho
@lilybarnett
local hub with cheap beer and cheap eats
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Details

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CURATED BY
i am originally from the gold coast, australia (now based in glasgow, scotland), and since high school i have spent my time travelling the world alongside getting my degrees. i am a lover of slow-travel, cafe-hopping and an aimless wander. my travel style is food-centric and often involves scouring wherever i am in the world for a wee sweet treat whether that be a smoothie, a splice, or any form of baked good (i do not discriminate). although only 24, i have been lucky enough to come from a family where travelling and discovering new cultures and places was always the priority. this has become the defining feature of my adult life and you can often find me planning the next big adventure. besides travel, i love to take amateur photos on my film camera, get my nose in a book, and go wild swimming. i hope my page can ignite the travel bug in someone else and that i can successfully share some of my favourite places in the world with those who are a little bit curious about getting to know our world a little bit better love always and see you out there, lily x
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