Where to eat in Lisbon, Portugal | Erasmusu.com
  • Tasca do chico

    Hello and welcome back to another adventure as we go together to discover the marvels which can be found in this beautiful west european country: the one and only Portugal. I had a chance to visit this country in the last summer, thanks to a dear friend I met while  I...

    0 by nahom, 2 years ago
  • Delícias do Mar

    A great Chinese restaurant with good quality food such as sushi. Normally full so arrive early or reserve a table. Group menus depend on how much each person eats and drinks, so at times it's not that cost effective. It's located next to Vasco da Gama shopping centre...

    0 by Molly, 2 years ago
  • Restaurante A Vela - Associação Regional de Vela do Centro

    Do you like fish? Then I have a place for you. At "A Vela" (The Boat Sail in translation) you can find really good quality fresh fish meals while enjoying an incredible view over the Tagus River. Appropriate for Vegans With a Family I have come here for many years...

    0 by Bernardo, 3 years ago
  • Rota das Índias

    Do you like spices, tea, dried fruits, cereals, olives, seeds, salts, aromatic herbs and medicinal plants? Then you should try Rota das Índias, a place that can add lots of variety to your taste buds and routine life. Buy in Bulk and Try Every Flavour Here you can buy...

    0 by Bernardo, 3 years ago
  • Restaurante Terra

    Are you eager to eat a buffet full of vegetarian and vegan food? Do you like to try new combinations, new dishes, and eat until you are satisfied? Then you should come to Restaurante Terra in Lisbon, a place that not only serves food, but a whole experience, with...

    0 by Bernardo, 3 years ago
  • Cais Madeirense

    Everyone knows, or at least has heard, that the Island of Madeira has a spectacular gastronomy. And we all know that a visit to the Island is totally worth it, but we also know that it isn't a place that is "close by" and so not all of us have the chance to visit it, at...

    0 by Bernardo, 3 years ago
  • Pastéis de Belém!!

    What is this about? Pastéis de Belém - Source: The Pastéis de Belém are the best known confectionery and the producer of the most famous Portuguese sweets: the Pastel de Nata. Founded in 1837, originally became from the monks from the Jerónimos' Monastery, as a...

    0 by Rita, 3 years ago
  • Manteigaria Fábrica

    The most famous sweet in Portugal is Pastel de Belem, a pastel de nata made in Belem's bakery (which I talked about here). Those are the best in the world in my opinion, but there are people who say the ones made in Manteigaria are better.  Manteigaria is a bakery...

    0 by Ethel, 4 years ago
  • Fabrica de Pastel de Belém

    If you know anything about portuguese cuisine you have probably heard about Pasteis de Nata, a typical sweet that look like a mini pie with puff pastry stuffed with a cream made of eggs, sugar, milk and cinnamon. Simply delicious!  Almost every portuguese bakery of...

    0 by Ethel, 4 years ago
  • Mercado da Ribeira

    Portuguese cuisine is very traditional, but it can also be modern and cool! Mercado da Ribeira is proof of that! Also known as Time Out Market, the place was renovated to become a gastronomic experience in Lisbon.  It used to me a municipal market where farmers,...

    0 by Ethel, 4 years ago
  • Casa do Alentejo

    When you walk around Lisbon, getting off at the Restauradores metro station and walking down the street that leads to the biggest restaurant area at Baixa (downtown), you'll find a building that looks almost dubious, so simple and imperceptible that you wouldn't notice...

    0 by Catarina, 4 years ago
  • Hamburgueria Honorato, Lisbon

    After hearing a lot about the famous Honorato, we decided to try it out. There were 4 of us, and at 11 pm, we entered and they seated us at a table almost instantly. As we ordered, I asked if the menu "Falcão" could come with the soy burger, to which the waiter...

    0 by Bárbara, 4 years ago
  • Honorato Burger Place

    Yesterday we went for dinner to a burger place. Normally, I would choose McDonald's... It's cheap and always tastes good. But, why shouldn't I try something new? Why shouldn't I try to find a place that would take me to another city, another environment? It reminded my...

    0 by Bárbara, 4 years ago
  • Brio -Organic Supermarket

    If you are interested in getting some organic/health store products in Portugal, Brio is great and you can also ckeck out Celeiro and Miosótis :) Celeiro stores: https://www.celeiro.pt/lojas Miosótis is close to El Corte Inglês in São Sebastião metro.

    0 by Madalena, 5 years ago
  • Pachamama

    ... and the food is amazing too. They serve breakfast (the organic bread is made in house, price range: 2,50 €-2,80 €), lunch and dinner (vegetarian dishes available; prices from 7 €) and the place is located in Santos, the place to go in Lisbon at night. You can...

    0 by Sofia, 6 years ago
  • Delícias do mar

    If you are that fanatic people who can't live without asian food this is your restaurant! This restaurant located in "Parque das Nações" (near to the "Oriente" metro station) invites you to taste a lot of things from asia. You could try sushi, meat, prawns, and so on...

    0 by Pedro, 6 years ago
  • The Fifties

    This is a restaurant very tipic to 50's. An amazing american style inside where you can taste a lot of things since burguers until salads they have a lot of variety. The price per person is around 8€ but it depends on the menu that you order. Very common for birthday...

    0 by Pedro, 6 years ago
  • O Prego da Peixaria

    It's a cool, modern, unique restaurant that looks really stylish and original, you can share a table with other people and the menu is also very particular. it's a "hamburgueria" but you don't eat just usual hamburgers, there are all kinds of burgers, fish burgers are...

    0 by Francesca, 6 years ago

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